Owens, 38, worked out for Seattle on Monday, when he clocked in under 4.5 seconds in his 40-time.
The 6-3, 224-pound wide out was out out of the NFL last season after tearing an ACL during the lockout. T.O. also played for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League earlier this year, where he left once again in a haze of controversy.
Apparently, Pete Carroll and company don’t seem to mind the controversy. The proof is in the pudding after acquiring Braylon Edwards and Terrell Owens within the span of one week.
In 15 seasons, Owens has collected 1,078 receptions for 15,934 yards and 153 touchdowns.
Since the Seahawks run the West-Coast offense under offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, it’s a solid fit from an X-and-O standpoint.
T.O. and Randy Moss, the men tied for second on the all-time touchdown reception list, are now back in the same division. Three years ago, they both played in the AFC East, when Moss was with New England and T.O. lined up for Buffalo.
Moss is now locked in a close competition for a starting position with the San Francisco 49ers, where Owens began his playing days in the NFL in 1996 after being picked up in the third round (89th overall) out of Chattanooga.
After eight seasons with the Niners (1996-2003), T.O. took his talents to the Philadelphia Eagles (2004-05), before joining the NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys (2006-08), followed by one-year stints with the Buffalo Bills (2009) and Cincinnati Bengals (2010).
In 2010, he racked up 72 receptions for 983 yards and nine scores in 14 games (11 starts).
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