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Terrell Owens enjoys his personal induction far from Canton

Terrell Owens came in wearing a suit spotted with the Pro Football Hall of Fame logo and swapped that out for the prized gold jacket. His bust? That remained 600 miles away in Canton, Ohio, along with the seven other members of this year’s Hall of Fame class, leaving the stage at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga all alone to Owens.

Terrell Owens ready for unconventional HOF induction in Chattanooga

Leave it to Terrell Owens to become the first to choose not to celebrate being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame at the Canton shrine. The receiver who provided so many exhilarating and exasperating moments during one of the NFL’s most prolific careers will give his own acceptance speech at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Owens played football, basketball and ran track at Chattanooga.

Linebackers, receivers headline 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame class

Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher terrorized opposing offenses from the middle of the field. Randy Moss and Terrell Owens did the same to defenses on the outside. The two hard-hitting linebackers and two big-play receivers highlighted an eight-person class voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Safety Brian Dawkins also received at least 80 percent support from the 47 Hall of Fame voters, along with contributor Bobby Beathard and senior nominees Jerry Kramer and Robert Brazile.

Wilson named Seahawks starter; Owens cut

A day that began with some prominent subtractions from Seattle’s roster ended with a definitive statement: Rookie Russell Wilson will start the season at quarterback. “He’s earned this job,” coach Pete Carroll said in a teleconference with reporters. And with that, the rest of a busy Seahawks Sunday was rendered a footnote. Releasing veteran receiver Terrell Owens after three weeks? Not all that shocking, considering he dropped as many passes as he caught (two) in his two exhibition games. The pending trade of quarterback Tarvaris Jackson to Buffalo? The writing was on the wall regarding his lack of a future in Seattle for weeks.

Seahawks receiver Owens defies age with grueling workouts

RENTON, Wash. – Terrell Owens’ reputation preceded him in Seattle. That’s unavoidable given that his career includes his own reality-television show, a trail of messy breakups with NFL teams and a stop on “Dr. Phil” earlier this year. That’s tabloid fodder, though, background noise that won’t have a thing to do with whether the man makes the Seahawks’ roster at the ripe age of 38. When Owens suits up for the Seahawks tonight in Denver, the only part of his past that’s going to matter is the work he put in to prepare for this opportunity. And boy, does he look ready, whether it’s running routes in practice, signing autographs shirtless after practice or being timed running 40 yards in 4.45 seconds during his Seahawks tryout the first week of August.

Owens spends first day in Seahawks camp

RENTON, Wash. – As he bolted off the line of scrimmage, Terrell Owens tried to “shock release” stout cornerback Brandon Browner by crashing into the defender then disengaging and breaking into the open. Browner, who was a Pro Bowler last year for Seattle, wasn’t having any of it. He refused to let Owens free and rode the pass catcher with the second-most receiving touchdowns in NFL history hard into the turf.

Humble Owens makes first appearance with Seattle

RENTON, Wash. – As he bolted off the line of scrimmage, Terrell Owens tried to “shock release” stout cornerback Brandon Browner by crashing into the defender then disengaging and breaking into the open.

T.O. coming back with Seahawks

Football: Terrell Owens is coming back to the NFL after one year on the sidelines. Owens had a tryout with the Seahawks on Monday, and hours later the team announced it had agreed to terms with the 38-year-old receiver. He hasn’t played in the NFL since 2010, when he caught 72 passes for 983 yards and nine touchdowns with Cincinnati.