The facts that work against Owens are:
1. He's 34 (ancient in the NFL).
2. He's had a lot of drops over the course of the past several years (more than most).
3. He doesn't require double coverage any more.
4. He hasn't gotten along with coaches and teammates in San Francisco, Philadelphia and Dallas.
Yet, there's always someone out there willing to take a chance, willing to see if this time will be the charm and if a one-time Pro Bowler can rekindle the magic to spark his team.
Or is there?
Somehow, I think that T.O. has played his last game in the NFL.