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Why Yes, Terrell Owens Did Just Refer to ProFootballTalk as ‘Satan’

Jun 8, 2013, 6:22 PM EDT

source: AP

Just a few hours after Kulp broke down what’s very likely the end of Terrell Owens professional football career, T.O. took to Twitter on Saturday and got biblical.

The subject of his ire? Michael David Smith and the crew at ProFootballTalk. In response to Owens’ comments that he would retire if he did not play for an NFL team this season, PFT wrote Friday:

Realistically, there’s almost no chance that Owens will play in the NFL again. It’s been two and a half years (and one ACL tear) since he last played in a regular-season game, and he couldn’t cut it in Seahawks camp last year. Throw in the fact that he has a reputation as a headache in the locker room, and it’s hard to imagine why any team would want him around.

None of the above is really controversial. Unless you’re looking at it from Owens’ perspective. Then you’re liable to tweet something like:

For more: Terrell Owens Will Retire If He Doesn’t Play in 2013, So Terrell Owens Is Probably Retired

  1. JB - Jun 9, 2013 at 12:49 PM

    I don’t know about the satan stuff, but they do publish plenty of stuff that’s untrue. Florio basically throws crap on the wall and sees what sticks. He loves to create drama that doesn’t exist and he’s wrong about 20x more than he’s right. I refuse to give that asshat any pageviews.

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  2. jon - Jun 12, 2013 at 2:04 AM

    Many fans, people, teams can imagine having a hof player on thier team.. so that is a lie.. coach caroll said t.o. was great in camp.. he just wanted to have other receivers to get a shot.. so t.o. not being able to cut it with the seahawks is a lie.. trying to deceiving is a sign of satin..

    profootballtalk and satim

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  3. Jon - Jun 12, 2013 at 6:40 PM

    Here is what Coach Carol said about Terrell Owens….

    Seahawks coach Pete Carroll provided a glowing defense of the wide receiver Monday, interrupting a reporter who asked about Owens’ attitude.

    “Anybody that thinks he had an attitude around here or something like that got in the way is wrong,” Carroll said. “They don’t know what they’re talking about.

    “This guy was great. He did everything we wanted him to do. He practiced hard, he studied hard, he asked questions, he worked hard in the games. He did everything. He was terrific.”

    Carroll said Owens was let go because younger receivers on the roster were a better fit. He said he “wouldn’t hesitate” to sign Owens during the season if the need arises.

    “He’s got the competitive makeup to do it, he’s physically beautifully fit for a guy of his years, and I’ll be surprised if he doesn’t wind up in somebody’s camp and playing for somebody.”

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