Terrell Owens eliminated from Allen (Texas) Wranglers!
Terrell Eldorado Owens renowned American football wide receiver who is a Free Agent of the National Football League is under media limelight for getting dropped from Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League. This is a huge blow for his career because he has been struggling to find a decent spot in a team since a long time now.
Terrell Owens is a great player with a good past track record. He is a six-time Pro Bowl selection, and holds or shares several National Football League records. He even features in the all-time top-five in several receiving categories, including yards and touchdowns. Despite all that Terrell is struggling to find the right spot.
Terrell Owens still cannot find a team willing to use a roster spot on him. Allen (Texas) Wranglers announced that they have eliminated him from the squad on Sunday. They released a statement which said, “Owens had been cut from the team and would lose his ownership stake in the franchise as well. Wrangler’s owner Jon Frankel stated reasons behind this tough decision. Apparently Terrell Owens has refused to play in two upcoming road games with possible playoff implications, along with his refusal to show up for a charity event at a local children's hospital.
Frankel explained the predicament by saying, "It is impossible to maintain a player when even our fans notice and comment on a player's lack of effort both on and off the field” "We need to do what is best for this team, our fans and this community."
Fans wanted to hear what Owens has to say about all this. He reached out to them with a statement through his publicist, saying that he appreciated the opportunity Frankel and the organization had given him. He did say that the way he was let go was “unfortunate” Owens further added that his legal team is "addressing the details of the Wranglers release statement" and that he will continue to focus on returning to the NFL.
Terrell Owens singed a contract with Dallas-area Wranglers in February for a reported six-figure salary along with partial ownership of the team. He was supposed to be playing in eight of the team's 11 games but unfortunately his journey with the team has also ended.
Owens is as renowned for his flamboyant touchdown celebrations and public persona as he is for his talent on the field let’s hope lands a good squad pretty soon.
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