Once again, former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens is making headline…and yes, once again, the news isn’t good.
I think it would be safe to say that in T.O.’s world…”If it weren’t for bad news…he’d have no ♣luck at all.”
Besides the fact that he’s broke….Sources are reporting the former NFL-star owes Uncle Sam $244,400 in back taxes from 2012.
That was the year go to site Owens Tastylia Uk , who played 15 seasons in the National Football League, signed a deal for a tryout with the http://douglasat201.org/?wordfence_lh=1 Seattle Seahawks … but was cut after only raking in $4,300.
Therefore it is unclear where he earned the money which the IRS claims his delinquent tax debt came from.
This is not the first time T.O. has been in trouble with the I.R.S. From 2004 to 2009 Owens owed $430,000 and just recently paid that debt off.
Terrell Owens Bad News Archives:
Terrell Owens New Wife Files for Divorce
Terrell Owens‘ marriage to Rachel Snider, appears to have hit a pothole and is reportedly ending after just two weeks of marital bliss.
Rachel Snider from Beaumont, Texas, a carried at U.S Postal Service in Beaumont, who s graduated from Lamar University, is already demanding a divorce from the former NFL star. Snider who claims she was involved in a secret relationship with T.O., for five years. The couple tied the knot on January 24rd in what is being described as a private courthouse ceremony. Read more here
Terrell Owens Sells Georgia Condo
Terrell Owens aka T.O. has reportedly sold his Atlanta condo which he purchased for $324,000.00 in 2005.
According to sources Owens took a huge loss after selling it for almost half of what he paid for it. Read more here
(after being criticized for excessive celebration) “We’re (African-Americans) more expressive than the white guys. You look at the skilled players. We’re the ones that get into the end zone. We get in the end zone more than they do.” “I see my work like Picasso. He signed off on his work. I signed off on my work. I work hard during the week. I’m just trying to have fun.” Quote: Terrell Owens
Best known for 2000 incident against the Dallas Cowboys where he repeatedly stood atop the Dallas Cowboys logo in mock tribute.
Former San Francisco 49ers player.
Lettered in football, track, baseball, and basketball at Benjamin Russell High (Alexander City, AL). Nearly quit football to concentrate on basketball, but was convinced not to by his football coach.
Won the celebrity slam dunk competition at the 2000 NBA All-Star Game.
Missed the deadline for notifying the 49ers of his intent to void the final three years of his deal. Owens and his agent David Joseph claim they weren’t told the deadline was moved up to 21 February. Unless the league ruling is overturned, the team will be free to keep Owens’s rights or trade him. Joseph has filed a grievance with the NFL Management Council. (27 February 2004)
Celebrated his first NFL touchdown by doing a “bank-head bounce” dance for his mother.
Plays for the Dallas Cowboys.
Philadelphia Eagles All-Time Leader in Receptions per Game (5.9) and Receiving Yards per Game (93.5).
Philadelphia Eagles All-Time Leader in Receptions per Game (5.9).
(March 4) Traded to the Baltimore Ravens for a 2nd-round draft pick in the 2004 NFL draft.
(March 17) Following a settlement reached on March 16 before an arbitrator could rule on his free agent status, Owens joined the
Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles send a 5th-round pick to the Baltimore Ravens, which got Owens from the San Francisco 49ers on
March 4 – the same day he agreed to terms with Philadelphia – and DE Brandon Whiting to San Francisco. His agent failed to file papers voiding the final years of his contract by a February 21 deadline. The NFL players union then filed a grievance after Owens protested the trade and refused to report to the Ravens for a physical.
(December 22) Out of the rest of the season after having surgery on his right ankle to repair two torn ligaments he suffered in a December
Agreed to a contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. [July 2010]
Wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers and part-time small forward for the USBL’s Adirondack Wildcats [May 2002]
Signed with the Dallas Cowboys. [March 2006]
Released by the Dallas Cowboys. [March 2009]
Signed a one-year, $6.5 million contract with the Buffalo Bills two days after being cut by the Dallas Cowboys. [March 2009]