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Houshmandzadeh says not to count out T.O.

Posted on: June 28, 2011 11:54 am
Edited on: June 28, 2011 1:07 pm
 
OwensPosted by Josh Katzowitz

Apparently, the revelation that Bengals WR Terrell Owens tore his ACL doing … well, something and underwent surgery that could keep him out as much as six months was not news to Ravens WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh. He told the National Football Post he’s known this fact for months.

“Hopefully, it's not too severe and he'll be back soon,” Houshmandzadeh said. “He had a good year last year. I wouldn't ever count him out."

Houshmandzadeh is right. Owens had a solid season last year, wrestling the Bengals No. 1 WR spot away from Chad Ochocinco and catching 72 passes for 983 yards and nine touchdowns. He’ll turn 38 in December, but as of last season, he still was a legit player in the league.

CBSSports.com’s Mike Freeman has already reported that Owens has talked with several people about the possibility of retiring, but it also wouldn’t be a shock to see Owens try to return for another season (especially since his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, has been saying that very thing today).

"He just speaks his mind," Houshmandzadeh said. "Sometimes, guys have something to prove. He has proved a lot. When I first met T.O., he was always real cool with me. I never had a problem with him. They talked about him like a dog in the media, but T.O. is a good dude. People just don't know him the way players in the NFL know him."

Yes, I'm sure Donovan McNabb and Tony Romo would be more than happy to vouch for Owens being "a good dude."

UPDATE (1:06 p.m. ET): According to the AP, via ESPN's Sportscenter, Rosenhaus said Owens could be good to go by August.

"The old injury has been repaired," Rosenhaus said. "He is many months into recovery and doing fantastic. No predictions on training camp, but he comes back fast from injuries. I won't rule him out of anything. He will be a starting receiver for someone this year."

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Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: January 8, 2012 6:31 am
 

Houshmandzadeh says not to count out T.O.

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Since: Nov 9, 2009
Posted on: June 30, 2011 1:28 am
 

Houshmandzadeh says not to count out T.O.

Your a dumbass if you actually think the Steelers earned there way to the Super Bowl. It was all fixed so that the Packers with a big fan base meet the steelers another big fan base.



Since: May 22, 2007
Posted on: June 29, 2011 6:14 pm
 

Houshmandzadeh says not to count out T.O.

I think Cowboys Tony Romo liked throwing TD passes to Terrell Owens, but I don't think Tony would ever mistake him for a good team mate. I think Romo would also not say anything negative about TO, because he isn't that kind of guy. Donovan McNabb has had a few jabs at TO when they were together with the Eagles. The biggest problem with TO on the Bengals or any other team is that he alienates people and isn't a team player.

Owens is/has been a great receiver and if he plays this year, good luck to him. Will he make the hall of fame? Yes, his stats certainly say so, but what about his mouth?



Since: May 1, 2007
Posted on: June 29, 2011 4:41 pm
 

Houshmandzadeh says not to count out T.O.

LaBron and TO should get a TV show together called Never Won The Big One......



Since: Feb 13, 2008
Posted on: June 29, 2011 3:08 pm
 

Houshmandzadeh says not to count out T.O.

hahaha....I love the comments by some of you couch potato coaches.  Haters hate...or they would be called so.  The number don't lie.  Owens and Johnson are and have been top caliber WR's.  Unfortunately, we all know the hype they've gotten throughout their careers, and the reality TV shows that leave so to believe that they don't have football talent.  hahaha  I hope Owens does return and has a good attitude.  Only a few guys that I think could compete at his level.  The McFag and Homo point of view.....hahaha....it doesn't matter what type of car it is, it ain't gunna go without tires.  Owens provided something solid....unfortunately for the Eagles and Cowboys, they didn't have a threatening RB.  Westbrook was the best, but not a physical threat.  Gotta get back to work.  Thanks for the laughs.



Since: Jan 13, 2009
Posted on: June 29, 2011 1:38 pm
 

Houshmandzadeh says not to count out T.O.

Oh thats right the dirty birds didnt make it to the championship game--thanks T.J. hahahahahahahahaha



Since: Jan 13, 2009
Posted on: June 29, 2011 1:36 pm
 

Houshmandzadeh says not to count out T.O.

Houshmandzadeh commenting on another receiver hmm...last seen he was choking back tears after dropping the last pass in the AFC championship game--i hope these two clowns join together with the guy in cincy (the one with the number for a name) and drive the bungles back to their days of glory---oh yeah they never really had those days.  Somewhere c. palmer is laughing his butt off at these carnival performers and the fact that he is truly gone from all of them


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