Terrell Owens says he doesn’t want to go into the Hall of Fame as a 49er

Wide receiver spent 8 seasons w/ the Niners

Karl Buscheck
January 31, 2018 - 11:59 am

Terrell Owens, a finalist for this year’s Hall of Fame Class, took a shot at his longtime former team, the San Francisco 49ers, when asked about the possibility of making it to Canton.

When TMZ Sports approached the wide receiver and pressed him about which team he’d like to enter the Hall with, Owens offered up the following:

“I’ll get back to you on that one,” Owens said before briefly elaborating.

“Well, it won’t be the Niners.”

The six-time Pro Bowler spent eight season with the Niners and also played for the Cowboys, Eagles, Bills and Bengals. The only problem with Owens’ shot at the 49ers is that unlike baseball players, football players don’t enter the Hall as a member of a specific team.

Following that initial statement, Owens, who went through a tumultuous exit from the 49ers after the 2003 season, took to Twitter to expand on the situation...

 

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