His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said during a weekly Sunday night television appearance in Miami that Owens likely will be a Bill for more than just a single season.
“The fans are outstanding, Terrell loves the fans,” Rosenhaus said, per Edgar Thompson of the Palm Beach Post.
In our view, T.O.’s prospects for 2010 will be driven primarily by the team’s performance. Even if Owens catches 100 passes for 1,500 yards and 15 touchdowns, failure to make the playoffs likely will result in the termination of coach Dick Jauron. And the next coach might not want to retain Owens.
Then again, the front office might tell the next coach that Owens will be coming back, and that the next head coach needs to be committed to keeping him around.
You know, kind of like the Broncos did when finding a guy to lead a team that already had a young franchise quarterback on the roster.