Terrell Owens is celebrating his 36th birthday tonight (Monday) in NYC, but beforehand he had an interview by phone with FOX Sports Jay Glazer, and had some interesting comments about his playing future.
Owens said he intends to play at least two or three more years.
Here’s the direct quote from Owens when asked by Glazer.
“Realistically I could see at least two to three,” said Owens. “I want to be able to walk away from this game under my own power and when I feel it’s time to walk away, not trying to prolong or there aren’t any milestones I want to accomplish. I just want to try to compete and help the team win a championship. So if I can do that for the next couple of years then I’ll be satisfied.”
Of course Owens doesn’t say for what team he will play those two to three more years, knowing he’s a free agent after this season.
Owens makes some other comments about the party and about the state of the Bills as well.
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