TO impresses at Seahawks' practice-- Wed Aug 8 6:30 pm --
Veteran WR not ready to call it quits any time soon
Terrell Owens has completed his first practice back in the NFL as a member of the Seattle Seahawks, a workout that featured some impressive catches and getting slammed to the turf by a new teammate. Owens spoke before a huge throng of media following Wednesday's practice. Owens says he's changed a lot in the past two years since his last NFL stop with Cincinnati. Owens spent the 2011 season out of the NFL and signed with Seattle after a tryout Monday. He participated in most drills during the two-hour practice wearing No. 10. Owens did get wrestled to the ground by cornerback Brandon Browner during a one-on-one drill, when Owens attempted to run through the big cornerback but Browner wouldn't let him go. (ESPN)
FF Today's Take:Owens has long been known as a loudmouthed receiver but his work ethic and ability to keep himself in peak physical condition has rarely been called into question. The 38-year-old clocked a blazing fast forty time of 4.45 seconds in his Seattle tryout and continued to impress today, but it could take him a little while to digest the Seahawks' playbook. Just how productive he'll be at his age isn't particularly clear but he has the kind of fantasy upside that is worthy of a late-round pick in your draft, particularly with Sidney Rice's injury history.