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Bills or Texans are interested in signing Owens

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One team is interested in Terrell Owens.

Terrell Owens (Getty Images – Joe Robbins/Contributor)

Owens is currently a free agent. Plus, he is coming off of an ACL injury that occurred in the summer time.

A few weeks ago, he held an open tryout in California, and not a single NFL scout came out to watch him perform. He received an offer from the Chicago Rush in the Arena Football League for $400 dollars a game.

ESPN’s Adam Scheftler would not say the team that is interested in Owens. However, speculation is that the team interested in Owens is either the Houston Texans or the Buffalo Bills.

Also, it is worth noting that Texans quarterback coach Greg Knapp worked with Owens when Owens was with the San Francisco 49ers from 2001-2003. And Owens previously played for the Bills in 2009.

The Bills have a need after recently losing starting wide receiver Donald Jones to an ankle injury. Jones was placed on injured reserve, ending his season.

Last year with the Cincinnati Bengals, Owens played in 14 games. He had 72 receptions for 983 yards and 9 touchdowns – his most touchdowns (10) since the 2008 season with the a Dallas Cowboys.

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