Terrell Owens was asked what his biggest adjustment has been since he’s come to Buffalo. And his response had nothing to do with football.
“Finding a place to stay,” said Owens.
When asked if he still hasn’t found a place Owens remained optimistic.
“No,” he said. “But it’s coming.”
The next question was what issues were keeping him from finding a suitable place.
“Just small places,” said Owens. “I’m just trying to find something for my comfort. But other than that I’m getting it down. The plays are coming to me. I think the time that I’ve been here has been very, very beneficial.”
Owens feels adjusting to the offense has gone very well, which is a good sign for Buffalo’s attack. If his biggest adjustment is finding a place to stay, that can mean nothing but good things for the Bills on the field come this fall.
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