Terrell Owens is excited to be in Buffalo. But only when it’s mandatory.
Owens, who was honored at an Alzheimer’s Association gala Wednesday night in Washington D.C., said he will only participate in the Bills’ mandatory workouts, according to USA Today.
- “I talked to coach (Dick) Jauron prior to the start of the workouts about that. Right now if there’s nothing mandatory that I have to be a part of, then I won’t intend to be there.”
- Owens has reached out to Bills quarterback Trent Edwards and he’s anxious to build a good relationship. “We talked shortly after I signed and we exchanged text messages,” Owens said. “We’re looking forward to the upcoming season.”
The wide receiver, who signed a one-year contract with the Bills this month after being cut by the Cowboys, went on to say that he has never attended a voluntary workout during his NFL career and that he likes to do his own routine. Owens certainly has a history of being in top physical condition.