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Dispite T.O character hampering his job Seahawks would be good fit.

NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche reported last month that several teams, including the Seattle Seahawks, made preliminary calls about Owens this offseason, but the receiver wouldn’t reveal his suitors Friday.

“There are some teams out there that have created some interest,” Owens said. “And a few of those teams asked to be anonymous — I know Seattle has come out and said they were interested — so other than that, we’re just waiting for the right opportunity.

Owens, 36, had just 55 receptions for 829 yards and five touchdowns with the Bills last season, but he has 1,006 catches for 14,951 yards and 144 TDs during his 14-year NFL career. Despite those numbers, the feeling around the NFL is that Owens will not sign until a team desparately needs a receiver, NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora reported Thursday.

La Canfora reported that he recently talked to a general manager “who is running a team that a lot of people would say has need for a wide receiver” and that executive said his club isn’t targeting Owens. The GM also doesn’t see a team being interested in the receiver until an injury occurs.

Owens said he doesn’t have a problem competing for a roster spot. He also acknowledged he might not find a team until training camps begin in late July.

“I know there’s a process where teams have drafted players, they’re looking at free agents,” Owens said. “They have to go through minicamps, the OTAs and eventually into training camp, and there are some things that may transpire. There are 32 teams out there, so you never know what could happen. So I’m looking forward to the opportunity of wherever I may play.”

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