He'd make the Dolphins a lot better.
Palm Beach Post - Speaking about Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owens on Tuesday, Dolphins coach Nick Saban left the door open about his interest in acquiring the controversial wide receiver during the off-season.
"I think we're interested in anybody who would make our team better," Saban said on ESPN Radio's The Dan Patrick Show. "Guys who have been proven playmakers in this league are all people we would be interested in."
Saban said he didn't know whether he was willing to make Owens his next reclamation project — like he did with running back Ricky Williams and wide receiver David Boston — but Saban noted it might be worth the research to find out.
"(That) can only be brought about by a lot of conversation and getting to know someone," Saban said. "I don't know this particular player well enough to make that determination right now, but it's something we might be interested in in the future."
This marked the first time Saban spoke directly about Owens, since league rules prohibited Saban from commenting about acquiring another team's property. That changed when agent Drew Rosenhaus was granted permission by the Eagles to seek a trade for the wide receiver.
Rosenhaus refused comment about the possibility of Owens joining the Dolphins.