Terrell Owens Workout

October 26, 2011 by staff 

Terrell Owens Workout, Terrell Owens training was seen by two television networks, but NFL teams.

The receiver 37-year-old free agent wide participated in some drills and caught passes in Calabasas on Tuesday in a televised showcase on ESPN and NFL Network.

Owens said he was not deterred by the fact that no scouts were present and said that his training “speaks for itself.”

“I just need a team,” Owens told the NFL Network. “I just need a chance.”

Agent Drew Rosenhaus said on Twitter that will be in contact with the teams to tell Owens “is immediately available to visit and work for them. I could play this Sunday!”

Owens has been the rehabilitation of a left knee injury that required surgery. He played 14 games for Cincinnati last year, making 72 catches with nine touchdowns.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Sage Rosenfels located on the reserve list of diseases, not football and signed JP Losman, who last completed a pass in the NFL in 2008. A disorder of blood sent to the hospital in August Rosenfels, and he said that has not been recovered. Rosenfels joined the team October 6 after Chad Henne suffered a shoulder injury this season. The only quarterback on the list is Matt Moore. Losman was a first-round pick in 2004 and played five seasons with Buffalo. He spent part of 2010 with Seattle, but did not play in a game, and part of 2009 with the Raiders, where he threw a pass.

Colts: Kerry Collins came to Indianapolis as a replacement for Peyton Manning. After seven games, his season is over and his career could be, too. The Colts put the veteran quarterback on injured reserve with a concussion. The Colts still have three quarterbacks on the active roster – starter Curtis Painter, Manning (neck surgery) and Dan Orlovsky.

Redskins: Washington placed tight end Chris Cooley and running back Tim Hightower on injured reserve. Cooley season comes to an end because of a knee reluctant to the left and the left index finger broken. Hightower tore a knee ligament Sunday in a loss to Carolina.

Falcons: Atlanta fullback Ovie Mughelli placed on injured reserve. A Pro Bowl selection in 2010, Mughelli injured his right knee Sunday during a 23-16 win in Detroit. The Falcons also placed backup guard Mike Johnson (foot) on injured reserve and signed former Stanford lineman Kirk Chambers.

Bills: Linebacker Shawne Merriman was placed on injured reserve with an injured right Achilles’ tendon. It’s the same injury that forced Buffalo to put on IR last November.

Buccaneers: Running back Earnest Graham will miss the rest of the season with a torn Achilles tendon. Tampa Bay has a bye this week. If LeGarrette Blount (knee) remains sidelined, Kregg Lumpkin is likely to move into a starting job.

Texas: Houston signed former Philadelphia safety Quintin Demps to add depth after injury Danieal Manning. Manning broke his left fibula 41-7 victory Sunday in Tennessee and will miss at least four weeks.

Vikings: Cornerback Chris Cook, 24, was accused of trying to strangle his girlfriend, leaving her with a bloody nose and lip in an alleged attack. Cook was charged with domestic aggravated assault by strangulation, which carries a penalty of up to three years in prison. He was arrested early Saturday and released on bail Tuesday and 40,000. While the Vikings fell to 1-6 in loss to Green Bay on Sunday, Cook was in the county jail. You can not get out of Minnesota, which kept him from traveling to a game at Carolina on Sunday. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the league is reviewing that matter.

Wide receiver Bernard Berrian was released after his second healthy scratch in three games. He is a vested veteran, so the Vikings will have to pay the full salary and 1.9 million less than another team claims him.

Etc: Pro Bowl voting has started the league on the website through December 19. The game will be played Jan. 29 in Hawaii. Fans, players and coaches select the AFC lists and NFC teams. … Three congressional Democrats, including Henry Waxman of California, are urging the Committee on Energy and Commerce hearings on the impasse between the NFL and the players union on HGH testing.

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