Monday, July 16, 2018

DUNK: Owens May Be Interested In CFL

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Receiver Terrell Owens activated the 10-day window that will force the Edmonton Eskimos to offer him a contract or release his rights on July 14, per sources.

The move by Owens is a sign he’s interested in coming to play in the CFL.

The Eskimos added Owens to their negotiation list on June 19.

Under CFL rules, any player on a team’s exclusive 45-man negotiation list can demand to be offered a contract within 10 days.  If a contract offer is not received within that period, the player is removed from the neg list. If a contract offer is received but rejected, the player is removed from the list one year from the offer date.


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Anonymous said...

Imagine offering the 44 year old receiver a CFL contract. EE must have a bit of trouble finding more good younger ones. What is the big fascination with anything NFL? Maybe the Riders should offer 50 year old Barry Sanders a contract. Sheesh.

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Jones/Mr. Murphy/Mr. Reynolds,

Found a bonafide qb who will step right in with your Canadian Saskatchewan football team and win you CFL GC Championships galore, his name is Brock Jensen. I can pick up and deliver to Mosaic door for player contract signing.