Terrell Owens used to annoy opposing NFL defenses with his brand of physical play at wide receiver and his brash celebrations. Now that his pro football career is over, he’s causing disturbances at 4:30 in the morning knocking on doors — and no, not ones that belong to NFL general managers, at least not yet.
Owens was confronted by police after banging on a woman’s door for three hours, according to TMZ. Owens was not arrested, and left the premises when asked by the cops.
The woman said she was not afraid for her safety, but Owens was refusing to leave when asked.
The six-time Pro Bowl wide receiver last played for the Seattle Seahawks during the 2012 preseason. He caught two passes for 41 yards. He was signed on Aug. 6 and released Aug. 26. His last regular season appearance was back in 2010 with the Bengals.
Defense wasn’t exactly a priority during the Rising Stars Challenge.
“To have [Erik Karlsson] taken out by a goon is unconscionable. Whether it was accidental, or whether it was reckless, or whether it was intentional, to me it doesn’t matter. It’s something that never should have happened. [Matt Cooke] should never be playing in this league. It’s a league for elite players.”
— Senators owner Eugene Melnyk is not happy about losing his star player for the season
Richard Sherman wants Charles Woodson to join Seattle’s “Legion of Boom” secondary.
Charles Woodson come to Seattle with the L.O.B and let's go after this ring!—
Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) February 15, 2013
Brandon Knight didn’t know what to do with Kyrie Irving on Friday night.