ALLEN, Texas - The football career of Terrell Owens has continued spiraling downward and it has just about hit rock bottom.
The 38-year-old who had joined the Indoor Football League's Allen Wranglers had been demoted from being a starter to playing on special teams, to being a back up player, and finally to driving the team bus.
Dottie Bazooka with Sports Balls Illustrated Weekly stated that T.O. never seemed to get over his tremendously over-inflated ego.
She noted that twice during interviews he stopped in the middle of questioning to do some sit ups, push ups, and some jumping Jacks.
Owens played for five NFL teams including the Dallas Cowboys between 2006 and 2008. He was noted for his extravagantly flamboyant touchdown celebrations, some of which went on for up to 85 seconds.
T.O. was fined by the NFL on many occasions for excessive celebrating which included tossing his football helmet into the crowd, taking a fans 44 ounce beer cup and chugging it down, and for grabbing a cheerleader and making out with her in front of the stadium crowd and the TV viewers at home.
But as George Harrison of the Beatles once sang "All Things Must Pass."
Owens was released by Allen Wranglers owner Johnny Jimmy Frankellino, who informed the sports media that he just got fed up with Owens acting like that political diva Ann "Trigger Face" Coulter.
SIDENOTE: T.O. came very close to being traded to The Cuzco Mountain Marauders of The Trans Peruvian-Bolivian Football League. But the player that the Wranglers would have received in exchange suddenly disappeared without a trace.