Allen Wranglers evict Terreli Owens
Other than that, he’s had a wonderful week.
As you likely know by now, Terrell Owens was dropped by the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League, whom they signed and offered part ownership in the team in Dec. But it wasn’t just any breakup — T.O. came off looking like the boyfriend who got caught cheating and found his stuff on the front lawn the next morning. The Wranglers, reports TMZ, sent Owens an eviction notice, saying he had 48 hours to vacate the house they provided him — plus he had to hand over the keys to the 2012 Jeep Cherokee they gave him.
But the biggest diss of all — the $50 check the Wranglers wrote T.O. to repurchase his hefty share of the team’s ownership! The financial screwing is most likely tied to the team’s belief that T.O. breached his contract by missing a charity event and sitting out 2 away games.
Yep, Owens was bought out for fifty bucks.
He says he’s considering a breach of contract suit against the team. But if T.O. has any thoughts of rejoining the NFL (delusional, IMO), such a lawsuit would not exactly help his chances.