Terrell Owens is one of the best wide receivers the NFL has ever seen. He's also been a cancer on just about every team he's played for. For that reason alone he's now playing for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League instead of one of the 32 NFL franchises.
To make matters worse, he's about to lose two Dallas condominiums to foreclosure despite having made at least $80 million during his playing days in the NFL.
The Huffington Post is reporting that Owens is delinquent on a $360,000 loan from JPMorgan Chase for one condo, and on a $295,920 loan from Deutsche Bank on the second one. Both condos, a couple of blocks apart will go up for auction March 6.
Owens fortune has been lost due to bad investments and high child support payments according to the article.
As for the good news, Owens scored three touchdowns in his debut for the Wranglers over the weekend.