By Mary Cunningham
The only thing worse than a boring interview is a boring interview that has been hyped like it was going to set our hair on fire.
Which brings us to former Eagle WR Terrell Owens’ tedious talk with Rob Ellis this morning:
Owens, who played for the Eagles from 2004-2005, is considered one of the best wide receivers in team history, but is also remembered for his off-the-field antics.
Speaking Thursday on “Breakfast on Broad,” Owens talked about his reputation as a trouble maker, and the perception that he ripped the Eagles’ locker room apart.
“For the short time that I was here, the players and everybody loved me,” Owens said. “Those guys will tell you I was a good teammate.”
Owens, who caught 124 passes for 1,963 yards and 20 touchdowns in 21 games with the team, was released by the Eagles after a very public feud with both the front office and quarterback Donovan McNabb.
“It was a culmination of a lot of things,” Owens said. “I can’t sit here and say it was one thing or another. Things just kind of got unraveled. Towards the end of the season I saw the writing on the wall.”
Is that what we got up early for?
We knew that stuff 10 years ago.
You got to do better than that, TO!