First and 10: Whither T.O.?

Is Terrell Owens‘ NFL career over? The free agent wide receiver hopes not, and he’s holding a public workout on Tuesday to convince as many teams as possible that he has recovered from offseason knee surgery and is ready to rock. NFL Network will have reporters at the workout, and then be sure to tune into NFL Network Tuesday night as T.O. drops by the studio to assess how it went.

Here’s what else is on tap for Tuesday:

  • Catch Sunday’s best games again Tuesday and Wednesday night on NFL Network. On Tuesday, relive the New York Jets’ comeback against the San Diego Chargers at 8 p.m. ET, then watch the Green Bay Packers get a scare from the Minnesota Vikings in Christian Ponder‘s debut at 9:30 p.m. ET. And if you missed the Atlanta Falcons’ 23-16 victory over the Detroit Lions last Sunday, which had each team accusing the other of being dirty, you can watch that replay Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.
  • If the season ended today, some familiar faces would be back in the playoffs, but several others would be left out in the cold. Check out our playoff picture as it stands after seven weeks.
  • Cowboys rookie DeMarco Murray rushed for 253 yards on Sunday, so it’s no surprise that fantasy expert Michael Fabiano advises you to pick him up for your team.
  • Many believed Philip Rivers would enjoy a historic season, but he has more picks than TD passes so far and hasn’t looked like himself. Jason La Canfora shares what’s plaguing the Chargers QB.
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