Terrell Owens Will Play In Indoor Football League In 2012
Get your popcorn ready Dallas, Texas, Terrell Owens is coming back!
No, not with the Dallas Cowboys…with the Allen Wranglers, of the Indoor Football League.
T.O. announced on his Twitter account on Wednesday night that he’s going to play and become co-owner for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League.
The Wranglers play in Allen, Texas, which is a suburb, about a half-hour north of “Big D”.
The IFL is a 16-team league consisting of teams from cities such as Green Bay, Sioux Falls, Chicago, Bloomingto, New Mexico, Wyoming, and Nebraska.
Owens ranks second on the all-time NFL list in receiving yards (15,934), fourth in touchdowns (156) and sixth in catches (1,078) during his 15-year career.
In his last season with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2010, Owens had 72 receptions, for 983 yards, and nine touchdowns.
He suffered a torn ACL in his knee during the offseason following the 2010 season, and didn’t play in the NFL in 2011.