The good news for the Bengals: Terrell Owens will be motivated to produce big numbers this year.
The bad news for the Bengals: Terrell Owens may be too motivated to produce big numbers this year.
We’d classify half of his $2 million in incentives as realistic, although Owens needs to improve across the board to reach them. According to a league source, Owens will get $333,333 each if he reaches the following benchmarks: 60 catches, 900 yards, and ten touchdowns.
Owens caught 55 passes for 829 yards and five scores last year while playing in a dreadful passing attack on the Bills.
T.O. can also earn one third of a million if he tops 100 catches, 14 TDs, and 1,300 yards. Those figures will be very difficult to top with Chad Ochocinco, Antonio Bryant, Jermaine Gresham, and Andre Caldwell cutting up a somewhat limited receiving pie.