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Terrell Owens Proves What We Already Know

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bill-swift - May 10, 2012

Terrell Owens was one heck of a wide receiver when he was playing football. When he wanted to, he was one of the few players in the modern era that could literally take over a game. At times he was unstoppable, catching every thing that came on his half of the field.

For his career, he has caught 1078 passes for 15,934 yards and 153 touchdowns; lofty numbers to say the least. He is the only current player to score a touchdown against every NFL team. It is almost a shame that he'll go down as one of the worst teammates and now a dead beat dad to boot.

TO has children by four different women of which he is supposed to pay child support. In recent months he has been in the news for being in trouble with the law for failure to pay. During his short lived VH1 reality show he met one of his kids for the first time. Apparently it was too rough for him before.

Owens has bee bashed for being a poor excuse of a parent repeatedly in the media. For some reason he thought it would be a good idea to go on Dr. Phil to "clear his name." What he learned is that he has blown the $80 million that he made as a football star rather than do anything to make sure that his kids are taken care of.

The three women that appeared on the show only further cemented TO's reputation by painting one bleak picture. One woman mentioned that TO had only seen her child a dozen times and rarely sends Christmas gifts even. TO's excuse? I have a busy schedule and travel a lot.

That's funny; I thought he was broke.

Article by Travis Pulver



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