Owens Wants Second Chance, Will Show He's A 'Team Player'

November 2005
Jet;11/28/2005, Vol. 108 Issue 22, p51
The article reports that football player Terrell Owens would like to return to the Philadelphia Eagles football team. The Eagles kicked Owens off of their team after Owens criticized the club, fought with a former teammate, and took a verbal shot at quarterback Donovan McNabb. Coach Andy Reid states that Owens was warned many times. The National Football League Player's Association is calling on the Eagles to let Owens become a free agent.


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