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NFL: UNEMPLOYED WR Terrell Owens Tweets The Jets That He Is AVAILABLE! 0

Posted on October 09, 2012 by Joe Gill

“Hey Jets! I am AVAILABLE!”

Terrell Owens is UNEMPLOYED.

Terrell Owens is BROKE.

Terrell Owens is DESPERATE.

During the Monday Night football game between the Texans and Jets, T.O. tweeted the following:

The Jets are definitely in need of wide receiver help after Santonio Holmes was lost for the season after an injury against the 49ers.

But how much is Terrell Owens an UPGRADE? He is 38 years old and has not played in the NFL since 2010 with the Cincinnati Bengals where he had 72 catches for 938 yards and 9 touchdowns.

He was cut in training camp by the Seattle Seahawks back in August.

Have to give credit to Terrell Owens for thinking outside the box using social media to find a new gig.

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