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Terrell Owens close to deal to become Co-Owner/CEO/WR of IFL team

After three tumultuous seasons with the Cowboys, flamboyant wide receiver Terrell Owens could soon be returning to the area to play football.

No, not for the Cowboys, but for the Allen Wranglers.

The Indoor Football League team extended a formal, six-figure contract offer to Owens a month ago. Talks between Wranglers owner Jon Frankel, Owens and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, have increased recently, Frankel said. The Wranglers' website announced that the offer to Owens includes a compensation package of $250,000 up to $500,000.
Terrell Owens is discussing a contract that will make him co-owner, CEO, and wide receiver for the Allen (TX) Wranglers of the Indoor Football League.
Wranglers GM Drew Pearson estimates that the deal is about "70 percent" done. "It won't be T.O. anymore. It will be Terrell Owens," said Pearson. Owner Jon Frankel had offered Owens a six-figure deal a month ago, and the dialogue has increased from there. "At first everybody thought it was a big joke but it wasn't a big joke. It's serious," Wranglers coach Pat Pimmel said. "It's real close. I think it will be within the next week or so." Dec 29 - 7:03 PM
still wish we had brought him back ,at least for a try out.
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