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    Re: Would you consider Terrell Owens?

    Quote Originally Posted by r8rh8rmike View Post
    He's worn out his welcome with four teams in the last seven years, he's going to be 37 this season, his skills have diminished, and he's still a polarizing figure. No thanks.
    Merely polarizing? .. That was really charitable of you Mike ..


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    Re: Would you consider Terrell Owens?

    Quote Originally Posted by MauiRam View Post
    Merely polarizing? .. That was really charitable of you Mike ..
    I'm trying to avoid being labeled unreasonable.

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    Re: Would you consider Terrell Owens?

    total and complete clown

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    Re: Would you consider Terrell Owens?

    Quote Originally Posted by LeBulger View Post
    I keep having this thought pop into my mind. It really makes sense IMO.

    Owens is a shadow of his former self and really seems to have come to terms with it. That said, he still makes for a viable secondary option for any team, especially one lacking for playmakers like the Rams currently are.

    There is a desperate need for a veteran receiver on this team if we indeed go into next season with a young buck like Bradford taking over at QB. His experience would be really beneficial as well to the rest of the recieving corps.

    Avery, Burton and Amendola (2 years), Foster and Gibson (1 year) and Robinson (3 years) show this is a DANGEROUSLY inexperienced unit as a whole.

    Owens will benefit from stepping into an offense where he can be considered the best available weapon. He plays alongside Avery, giving STL two capable starting receivers along with some dependable other options, in particular Robinson, Gibson and Burton.

    I really think his "attitude" and "team cancer" moniker withers with age, and he could be a very good fit if WR isn't a direction we want to head towards in the draft.
    I completely agree

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    Re: Would you consider Terrell Owens?

    Actually, I wouldn't mind having T.O.

    If the Rams dont draft a #1 WR this year, T.O. would be a good option then. He'd be nothing more than a stop gap high profile WR to eat up double teams. If Avery and Gibson can learn something, then that's a bonus. If T.O. gets out of hand, we fire him. Piece o' cake.

    I think T.O. has his issues, but I think for the most part it has been blown way out of proportion. And for playing on the Bills, he has shown enormous self control. Let's give credit to where credit is due.

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    Re: Would you consider Terrell Owens?

    Yea TO and Vick that would just make my day......Not

    Might as well begin watching Bengals games then.....

    Its not like we are one player short of being a contender so why risc the locker room chemistry with TO?

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    Re: Would you consider Terrell Owens?

    Quote Originally Posted by poejoe8 View Post
    No, the last thing a young team who needs to improve in many different positions needs is a cancer like TO.
    good point, your building a young team the last thing you need is an a**hole like T.O. in your locker room.

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