Terrell Owens Signs One Year Deal With Buffalo

ESPN is reporting that former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, Terrell Owens has signed a one year deal with the Buffalo Bills.

It didn’t take long for T.O. to find a new home.

Terrell Owens has agreed to a one-year, $6.5 million deal with the Buffalo Bills, according to sources.

The Bills called a 6:15 p.m. news conference Saturday to announce the signing. According to a source, the entire contract is guaranteed.

Owens visited the Bills on Saturday. He was released by the Dallas Cowboys late Wednesday.

Owens’ agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said in a text message Friday that his client wouldn’t be out of work for too long. Negotiations had begun with several teams, Rosenhaus said.

“There are several teams that are interested in signing Terrell,” Rosenhaus said. “I have been in negotiations with these teams. I will not identify the teams at this time. Terrell and I expect to have a deal in place by the end of next week if not sooner.”

At least he didn’t sign with one of the teams in our division. The Cowboys do not play the Buffalo Bills next season.

  1. Danny
    Danny says:

    Buffalo?! What an unlikely team. I mean I figured with his age he’d want to go to a contender team. Maybe none of them wanted him. I bet all the reported teams asking about him were like Rams, Raiders, etc and the Bills were the best of the worst team to ask about him haha.

  2. Kelly H
    Kelly H says:

    I’m glad we don’t play them next season, after that the drama/awkwardness wont be as fresh.
    Good luck to him… Bills though, strange.