It makes sense that the Seattle Seahawks are reportedly looking to sign Terrell Owens. Under Pete Carroll, the Seahawks have routinely taken chances on players that other have passed on. He did it in 2010 with former USC receiver Mike Williams and he’s done it this season with Braylon Edwards and Kellen Winslow this season.
Add to the fact that Owen ran a sub 4.5 40 at the age of 38 and it’s not all that surprising that Carroll may be taking a chance on him.
Terrell Owens had a very impressive workout Monday in Seattle, a league source told ESPN’s Ed Werder, and it is expected that the Seahawks will try to sign the free-agent receiver.
Owens’ time in the 40 was below 4.5 seconds, a source told ESPN.com’s Mike Sando.
An impressive workout is one thing; actually producing on the field is another. But if anyone can produce on the field at the age of 38, it’s definitely Terrell Owens.