While the Washington Redskins have already added a boat load of veterans on offense this offseason, might there be room for one more? How about Terrell Owens?
Even though quarterback Donovan McNabb (one of those aforementioned vets) debunked rumors last month that he was lobbying for a reunion with his former Eagles teammate, the Redskins might still be wise to pursue the 36-year-old receiver.
Key word: Might.
The reason we’re coming back to this topic is because Jason Reid of the Washington Post raises a good point: Maybe the Redskins should reconsider signing T.O. if Santana Moss is suspended by the NFL after being linked to Canadian doctor Anthony Galea, who was charged with smuggling human growth hormone into the United States.
If you’re the Redskins, think about this for a second: You’re planning to enter the season with Moss, Joey Galloway (another veteran added this offseason), and two third-year pros in Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly as the heart of the receiving corps. So if you lose Moss for, say, the first four games of the season, do you feel that good about the situation that you won’t even consider T.O.?
Other stories from Around the Web on Saturday:
- Lions WR Calvin Johnson is finally feeling upbeat about things in Detroit.
- Cowboys RB Felix Jones isn’t getting worked up about the starting job in Dallas.
- Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones are willing to share the Chiefs’ backfield duties.
- Bears QB Jay Cutler says he hasn’t gone over much film from 2009 with new offensive coordinator Mike Martz.