It’s still a lingering question of free agency: “What type of market exists for Terrell Owens?” The answer began taking shape when two potential landing spots — Cincinnati and Baltimore — were filled. The Bengals signed Antonio Bryant, and the Ravens traded for Anquan Boldin.
The market for Owens appears to be … non-existent, at least for now. But it only takes one team.
The idea of Owens landing in Cincinnati is still possible, NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora said Thursday, but recent rumors surfacing of T.O. headed to Oakland? Not so much. La Canfora opines that if the Raiders had serious interest in Owens, they already could have brought him in for a visit.
“He’s going to be a bargain play for anyone now,” La Canfora told host Fran Charles. “That’s where he is in his career. That’s the reality. That was the reality last year.”