Will someone tell me, has Terrell Owens committed a crime?

Evans, Howie
December 2005
New York Amsterdam News;12/1/2005, Vol. 96 Issue 49, p48
The article presents the author's views regarding football player Terrell Owens' speaking in public about his teammate Donovan McNabb. According to the author, Owens doesn't talk behind nobody's back. The author wonders what Owens had done to have seemingly everyone in the U.S. talking about him. He didn't commit any crime. Other than having a super inflated ego and a need to be seen, heard and talked about, he did nothing. If Donovan wanted to get the matter settled, he could have made a private meeting for two.


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