Terrell Owens moves forward with Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks worked out veteran wide receiver Terrell Owens on Monday and later that day they agreed on a one year contract.

Wednesday was Owens’ first practice session with the team and he told reporters that he’s ready to move on from his past mistakes.

“I don’t want to sit up here and try to emphasis how much I’ve changed,” he said. “You’ll see that as these day go … It’s more about doing than talking about it.”

Owens recognized that he might be a bit off considering he’s been out of football since 2010.

“I’m a little rusty, but obviously it’s about competing and I’m here to compete for the job.”

The 38-year-old receiver will join receivers Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin and Golden Tate. What’s even more exciting is that Owens and Moss are tied for second all time on the career touchdown list and they will be division rivals this season.

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