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What price does the Seattle Seahawks pay Terrell Owens?

The pair of rumors that refuse to go away regarding the Seahawks are their interest in a pair of Bills, current RB Marshawn Lynch, and former wide receiver Terrell Owens.

Owens recently did a sit down with the NFL Network, including an interview with Rich Eisen and offered up some vague hints regarding his future.

When asked about interest in him from around the league, initially, Owens only named the Seattle Seahawks specifically.

You can also choose to interpret this how you please, but when he mentioned the Seahawks, he did not use past tense in describing his contact with them as has been previously reported.

Later in the interview when asked directly if he would like to play with Donovan McNabb, Owens was very open about his desire to team up with him again– That leaves the Seahawks and Redskins as the only teams he would confirm that have interest/he is interested in.

When asked about the possibility that asking for too much money may be a factor as to why he is still jobless, Owens refuted that notion; stating he wants to at least be a No. 2 receiver and be compensated as one, but that the contract figure is without a doubt negotiable.

Factor in that John Schneider didn’t rule out signing Owens entirely, and connecting all of these tidbits does lead to some plausible speculation that interest could be less mild then speculated.

I am still wary about his impact in helping this team reach the playoffs in 2010, we’re in a full blown rebuilding mode, and it isn’t likely to happen that quickly.

And what sort of message would it be sending after we cut ties with LenDale White; going from a questionable work ethic to a controversial guy like Owens?

Sure, getting to watch another fading future Hall of Famer would be sort of cool, sure, go grab his jersey, I have a Jerry Rice one.

Don’t get your hopes high, and if he does sign here. the Seahawks are still in the rebuild mode but it does give a play maker in the wide receiver positions.

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