Terrell Owens Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 28 Jun, 2016
Facts of Terrell Owens
Name Terrell Owens
Birth Name Terrell Eldorado Owens
Father LC Russel
Mother Marilyn Heard
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Alexander City, Alabama
Ethnicity White
Profession Football wide receiver
Net Worth $70 million
Eye Color Dark-Brown
Hair Color Black
Weight in KG 102 kg
Married Yes
Married to Rachel Snider (m. 2014)
Children Kylee Owens, Terique Owens, Dasha Owens, Atlin Owens
Education University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Awards N/A
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Terrell Owens is an American Football wide receiver who played for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League. He was born on 7th December 1973 in Alexander City, Alabama. He was born to Marilyn Heard and LC Russel. When he was a child, his parents split and he moved in with his mother and grandmother. He was raised up with his three siblings. Even at a young age, he used to love watching and playing football.

In 1993, Owens was selected at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where the expedient 6'3" receiver set a few school records and earned first-team All-Southern Conference honors. In the 1996 NFL draft, the San Francisco 49ers chose Owens in the third round. During his eight years in San Francisco, Owens changed himself into one of the league' most dreaded wide receivers after catching 35 balls in his first season. Owens made relentless gains throughout the following few years. In 2002, he caught 100 catches and enrolled more than 1,300 receiving yards.

After a few tumultuous seasons in San Francisco, he signed as an unlimited free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2004. His second season in Philadelphia, in any case, went a less smoothly. Troubled with his agreement and reproachful of the group's quarterback, Donovan McNabb, He was released by the club. After playing for the Buffalo Bills in 2009, Owens signed with the Cincinnati Bengals for the 2010 season. While there, Owens turned into the subject of his own reality television show on VH1, called The T.O. show. The show kept running for three seasons.

Owens joined the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League in mid-2012, with trusting a solid execution would get the consideration of NFL faculty. He signed a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks over the late spring, however, was released before the beginning  of the 2012 NFL season. A six-time Pro Bowl selection, he positioned second all-time in profession touchdown receptions and accepting yards at the time of his final game.

Talking about his personal life, Owens is a proud father of four children. However, recently he was pulled into court for neglecting to pay child support. He was sued by his ex-wife Melanie Paige Smith III. Later on, he showed up on the Dr. Phil show with the moms of his kids, asserted he had lost all his money and was not able to give his children any sort of budgetary help. He again married to Rachel Snider but only after two weeks of their marriage Rachel disclose to the media that she wants a divorce from Terrell because of their personal reasons.

Though there were lots of ups and downs in his professional as well as his personal life he will always be one of the most talented football players. According to some sources, his net worth is almost zero now as he struggling a lot for the money. It is estimated that during his time NFL he used to gain huge salary and had a net worth around $70 million. For more facts about him including his clubs, stats, career the details are provided in his bio.