Former Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens, at age 50 and out of the NFL for 14 years, claims he is being "blackballed" from a potential comeback, despite believing he could still contribute as a "viable option" to a playoff team.

By the Numbers
  • Owens caught 72 balls for 983 yards and nine touchdowns in 2010 with the Bengals at age 37
State of Play
  • Owens asserts he is still in good physical condition to be a situational receiver in the NFL
  • He concedes he couldn't be a full-time player but believes he could contribute in third-down and red-zone situations
Bottom Line

Owens, a Hall of Famer, claims he is being unjustly overlooked in the NFL despite believing he could still make a valuable contribution as a situational receiver.