“We share the common goal of winning football games. His ability and experience will add to our offense and the weapons we already have.”
“When they signed T.O., I thought of James Lofton. When he came in I already had Andre Reed, but I needed that other guy so we could run that three wide receiver offense. Lofton came in and we went to Super Bowls and looking at T.O hopefully he's the guy that will get then to that next level.”
“There's no doubt that having Terrell is going to help Trent.”
“We all know if his tremendous ability and look forward to what he will bring to our offense.”
“I just feel
T.O. is going to carry on the tradition. I feel like my job is done.”
“When I watch
T.O. work, I see myself.”
it all. He doesn't take plays off. He blocks in the running game. He plays
hard the whole game.”
a mismatch. If you try to get into his body, forget it. He'll just throw
to keep his yardage after the catch limited; that is probably the most
important thing. He's a threat short, in the quick passing game. He can
break a tackle and go all the way.”
“When he catches
the ball and runs, it's like he runs with anger.”
“He's next generation,
no doubt. If you let him get position on you, it's over.”
“He's a lot
like Michael Irvin. He's a tough matchup for corners because he is 6-3.
He's better in the fourth quarter than the first.”
“I'd say he's
a pretty mellow guy in everyday life. He has his moments where he gets
kind of wild like he does on the field, but for the most part he's a reserved
“You know, you
go to Pro Bowls and you see different guys that just kind of go through
the motions at the Pro Bowls. He's pretty much, the same as it is right
now. You know, just continue to get good work in, run routes hard, catch
the ball, and get a burst up field. You don't see that much, especially
with guys who make the Pro Bowl, their egos kind of get in the way. They
think they are the best at what they do and then kind of take it easy
out there. He's trying to get better."
"If [Owens] is
thinking that people think he's selfis, he's listening to five percent of
the people out there."
“There's no question about what he's willing to do for his team."
"He’s at the point of his career where he knows he’s going to be an all-star. I don’t think he’s as worried about that as he is about winning."
"He certainly wasn't shy about suggesting stuff, or letting you know he was open on a play, but that's part of the quarterback-wide receiver relationship."
“But ask any Bills player, media relations employee or front office official and you'll get nothing but praise for the way Owens conducted himself.”
is the ultimate NFL athlete, exuding true passion, high every, and raw
talent. Terrell stands out as a dominant figure in football.”
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