Terrell Owens Blasts ‘Blackballing’ NFL for ‘Racially Charged’ Decision: 2022 Fan Controlled Football Standout Speaks Out on Injury Concerns, Hall of Fame Slights


Terrell Owens blames NFL for not playing in the league at 50

During Super Bowl 58, several athletes were asked about the most unfair amount of criticism that NFL quarterbacks receive. Terrell Owens, a Hall of Fame receiver, was one of those athletes. Despite being 50 years old, Owens still looks fit enough to play in the NFL. He attributes this to his strict body conditioning regimen and claims that he would be able to play in key situations for a team if given the chance. Owens has played for several teams throughout his career and has impressive stats, but he hasn’t played in the NFL since 2010. He believes that this is because the league “blackballed” him and compares his situation to that of Colin Kaepernick, a former NFL quarterback who protested during the national anthem and was not given the opportunity to play again. In 2018, Owens was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame three years after he became eligible. However, he skipped the induction ceremony and instead delivered his speech at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. In 2022, Owens played for Fan Controlled Football, an indoor league, and proved to be a successful player once again. Unfortunately, the league canceled its 2023 season.

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