The Raiders appear to make sense for free-agent WR Terrell Owens, but don't expect anything to happen in the immediate future, John Clayton writes in his latest mailbag.
The addition of quarterbacks Brett Favre and Jay Cutler has helped the NFC close the competitive gap with the AFC.
The Cleveland Browns' rookies should be among the most prepared in the NFL, but what can the Buffalo Bills' roster do to prepare for the T.O. Experience? John Clayton considers this and more in his in his latest mailbag.
By keeping his distance and staying out of the way, Bill Parcells is doing a masterful job of leading the Terrell Owens circus, writes John Clayton.
After a week of intense hype and scrutiny, Terrell Owens returned to the field and was, well, simply T.O. in the Cowboys' win.
If Terrell Owens acts up with his next team, the new CBA ensures he won't be punished as severely as he was in 2005, writes John Clayton.
The last four Super Bowl losers have had losing records the following season. The Eagles appear on their way to making it five.
The Eagles knew Owens could be trouble. They put clauses in his $49 million to protect themselves for situations like Wednesday.
Even with all the distractions surrounding Terrell Owens, the Eagles should continue to be the class of the NFC East.
Terrell Owens defied odds and turned in a magnificent performance in his first game following ankle surgery.
From poor clock management to trouble with the spread offense, the Eagles had plenty of problems Sunday.
Terrell Owens' miraculous recovery from a leg fracture and ankle sprain has been the week's biggest story.
Here are the keys to victory for the Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX.
On the surface, there aren't a number of similarities between the Eagles and Patriots' receivers.
Even with Terrell Owens and Richard Seymour sidelined, the Eagles and Pats have rolled this postseason.
The Eagles had the cap room to be active players this past offseason, adding Terrell Owens and Jevon Kearse.