Terrell Owens, Drew Brees work out together in San Diego

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Terrell Owens is currently a free agent. For the first time in his career, though, it looks as though no team is interested in adding the veteran wide receiver to their squad. Owens is a fighter though, and he hasn’t given up hope of rejoining the league quite yet. He even seems like he has a few well known quarterbacks on his side trying to help him out. According to NFL.com, TO joined in a workout in San Diego today with quarterbacks Drew Brees and Carson Palmer as well as young Saints quarterbacks Chase Daniel and Sean Canfield and not-so-young Raiders quarterback Kyle Boller.

NFL.com writer Daniel Jeremiah first broke the news on twitter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Later, the workout was confirmed by another tweet from Chase Daniel, who said that Sean Canfield, Darren Sproles, and himself were also in on the action today as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Take this with a grain of salt, folks. Although intriguing to think about, one workout doesn’t mean that Drew Brees is 100% lobbying for Terrell Owens to join him in New Orleans. At this point, it could mean anything. This is simply something to keep your eyes out for. What do you think? Is this the start of a beautiful friendship down in Cajun Country? Or is it just speculation and hype?

 

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One Response to Terrell Owens, Drew Brees work out together in San Diego

  • I like the idea. TO would be a great addition to the Saints, considering all of the other distractions that are going on. At least the area of focus can be routed elsewhere. On the real, I see this being a plus for the Saints. Defensively, I’m not sure how they stand, but this would make a strong case in them being to just outscore people. Give him a one year deal with options for an extension contingent upon performance levels. That’s the way most of these superstars contracts should be structured anyway. It will keep them grounded, because sometimes they forget that they are just mere employees.

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