Terrell Owens skid continues as he “parts ways” with super agent Drew Rosenhaus
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One of the last vital pieces in the professional jigsaw puzzle that is the life and times of Terrell Owens is gone. According to the NFL, Owens stated that he and Rosenhaus have “parted ways.”
Should we really have to speculate on how this went down? Rosenhaus is still actively making deals for players such as LeSean McCoy and Yeremiah Bell.
Owens appears to be embarking upon his second season without a team no end in sight.
You factor in that T.O. would have no problem announcing that his situation is a result of having bad representation ( i.e. poor financial management) and the light bulb kind of goes off that Rosenhaus did everything that he can do for Owens but even he feels that all hope is lost for him in the NFL.
To see the pair split and watch Owens state that he currently does not have a representative is horrifically sad.
What you are witnessing is the slow fall of an athlete that has burned a lot of bridges, lost a lot of money and that only seemingly knows how to do one thing.
Terrell Owens can play football. He is not at that stage yet where he cannot perform at a high level.
The term blackballed comes to mind but his situation has more synergy with the word karma.
As he stews in his own juices, he makes his situation worse as he creates negative attention (i.e. going on Dr. Phil with his *sigh* baby mamas) for himself.
No, I am not that man and I am not walking in his shoes, but I have up until now privately said that when Rosenhaus leaves his side, it will be the true death knell for his career.
I could be wrong and as someone who respects what he does on the field, I hope that I am.
But Drew was biggest cheerleader and he stuck through Terrell throughout some of his darkest days.
When he was cut by Dallas and Buffalo he fought for him to get new digs. When his one-and-done was up with the Bengals, he still fought for him through the knee injury and all trying to convince the world that there were mystery teams interested in Owens that obviously were not.
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