Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was asked specifically about Terrell Owens just hours before the Bills announced that he would not be extended a contract offer and become a free agent. Despite the signing of Donte Stallworth and the desire to re-sign 36-year old WR Derrick Mason, Harbaugh sounds interested in Owens.
“I’ve always said I’ve got a lot of respect for T.O. and I know Ozzie does too,” said Harbaugh. “He had a good year last year, we watched him on tape and he was very effective. We’re interested in T.O. We’re interested in all the guys that can make our team better.”
Harbaugh in returning from a goodwill trip to Iraq for U.S. troops ran into Owens in the airport.
“We did say hi and kind of rekindled the relationship,” said Harbaugh. “I think he’s a good guy and a good player.”
Harbaugh was the special teams coach in Philadelphia when Owens was with the Eagles and had Owens on his hands teams.
“He was respectful to the coaches and worked hard and I think everybody had a pretty good relationship with him,” Harbaugh said.
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