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Terrell Owens

Terrell Owens
Terrell Owens (December 7, 1973 - ) is a wide receiver in the National Football League. He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 1996.
Terrell Owens (December 7, 1973 - ) is a wide receiver in the National Football League. He was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 1996. « Show less

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  • Adrian Peterson's 7-month exile could soon be over

    The Adrian Peterson saga won't be over until the most productive running back of this era squeezes his shiny, bald head into a football helmet and runs out onto an NFL practice field for the first time since last September. Whether that helmet will be purple or of another color remains to be seen, but a resolution appears to finally be close.
  • After successful Kansas State basketball career, Thomas Gipson eyes NFL

    Thomas Gipson has committed his athletic life to basketball, learning to dribble at a young age and refusing to participate in other sports. Even when friends told him he had an ideal body for football, the 6-foot-7, 265-pound former Kansas State...

    Teen inspiration Lauren Hill loses battle with cancer

    Teen inspiration Lauren Hill loses battle with cancer
    Lauren Hill, the 19-year-old whose quest to play a college basketball game while batting an inoperable brain tumor captivated the country last fall, lost her battle with cancer this morning. … Philadelphia lost one of its leading sports voices...

    Terrell Owens admits he didn't get it back then

    Terrell Owens admits he didn't get it back then
    Too bad it took him a decade to fully appreciate all that was going down when he was here, but former controversial Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owens did make a few eye-opening admissions when he appeared on Comcasts's Breakfast on Broad Thursday...

    Eagles icon Chuck Bednarik dies at 89

    Chuck Bednarik, the immovable, irascible son of a Bethlehem steelworker whose Hall of Fame football career was more notable for lasts than firsts, died Saturday morning following a brief illness. His family said Bednarik, 89, died in a Bucks County...