Chargers GM Says They Have No Interest in Terrell Owens

The Chargers are another team on the list that have no interest in veteran wide out Terrell Owens, though he remains on the market for any team that wants him.

A.J. Smith, Chargers GM, told the Union-Tribune they have will not ink Owens and they are set at wide out in 2010:

“We’re all set right now with our receivers,” Smith told the San Diego Union-Tribune. “I don’t want to be involved. A lot of people have us targeted, but they know I wouldn’t do it. You know me. It’s up to you to speculate on how I feel. You’d be a smart man if you did.”

Given his rocky history with coach Todd Haley, Owens has said he doesn’t want to play for the Kansas City Chiefs.

He would like to play for a contending team like the New England Patriots.

His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, has said that five teams are interested in Owens and one is showing strong interest lately.

Rosenhaus hasn’t specified which teams are interested as he tries to create some buzz about Owens, who’s now in his second season of his reality television show on VH1.

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One Response to “Chargers GM Says They Have No Interest in Terrell Owens”

  1. The Guru says:

    Dear Terrell.

    NOBODY truly has an interest in you. Except you. Always you. And take off the Cowboys jersey forever….I still have freakin’ nightmares.