Aug 8, 2012; Renton, WA, USA; NFL: Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Terrell Owens (10) listens to a play call in the huddle during a training camp scrimmage at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE
Two more days!!
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"Even today, after the offense got going, we played well. We got in a rhythm. We were in synch with each other. Hopefully that continues."
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"It was fun," Browner said. "He's going to get me better. I'm going to get him better. We play guys like Brandon Marshall, Larry Fitzgerald, so it was good work. It's always good work." "I get extra amped about it. He probably doesn't but I got extra amped about it."
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It was as shaky as you might expect at times from any 38-year-old receiver who hasn't run a route in a competitive situation for over a year, but when Terrell Owens took the field at Seahawks training camp, he spent the next two hours showing flashes of the man who currently ranks sixth in career catches, second in career yards, and second in career receiving touchdowns. At other times, Owens looked very much like a guy trying to come back from knee surgery -- but there was enough to make people understand that there's still something left in the tank. Wearing number 10 "because it was available" instead of his usual 81, Owens took another valuable step back to the NFL.
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"We have some young guys we are very excited about. If anything we think this guy, with his work ethic, anybody you talk to on his other teams, whether it be Buffalo or Dallas, Cincinnati or Philly, they all talk about him being the hardest worker out there," Schneider said, via SportsRadioInterviews.com. "If anything it will be positive for these guys knowing that they have to step their game up as well and obviously they look up to this guy. He’s a 38-year-old man that has accomplished a lot in this league and a lot of them were in there watching the workout yesterday and all of them were very impressed like the majority of us were."
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It had to be Browner’s welcome-to-camp jam that sent Owens to the turf. "He tried to shock release me. He tried to run through me," Browner said of his run-in with the 6-3, 224-pound Owens in the one-on-one drill. "I’m a big guy. That’s something that will work on somebody a little smaller."
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"I'm excited about it," Flynn said. "It's not something that I'm nervous about, I think too much about. I'm excited to get the opportunity. This is kind of what I've been looking for and waiting for. It's going to be good to be able to get these reps the next couple of days at practice, get in a rhythm. Even today, after offense got going, we played well today. We got in a rhythm. We were in sync with each other. Hopefully that continues and continues on Saturday."
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"He's humble, and he's looking for chance to play," Carroll said. "I think that was a very long football season for him last year for him to sit out. I think he's been in transition for more than just this past season, at Buffalo and through his time at Cincinnati. He's been growing and becoming more comfortable with the way he is and the way he plays, the way he brings it to the practice field, the way he brings it to the locker room."
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"T.O. was extremely hard-working and very focused," Norton told Farrar when speaking of Owens' early NFL career. "He had a good surrounding of veterans -- Jerry Rice, Brent Jones, Steve Young -- all these guys around him, and he really did a great job of learning how to be a pro. I was very impressed with him early on. The things I watched him do in those first five years really impressed me -- his work ethic, and his ability to be around Jerry Rice all the time. Jerry Rice was always coming to practice early and leaving late, and Terrell was right with him the whole time. He has a good upbringing. "When you look at his numbers, he produces. And that's what we're expecting to get."
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Owens still runs pretty well. He got deep for a diving grab along the sideline. Owens' hands held up. Though known for suffering too many drops over the years, he caught the ball well in this practice. Owens will need time adjusting to contact. His new teammates have been hitting and jostling for a while. Owens hasn't faced NFL-caliber competition for a couple seasons. It showed when Seattle's physical corners roughed him up. Owens wants to go under the radar at this point. He appeared to say little during practice. He was not at all demonstrative.
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To say the entire league was watching wasn't just a metaphor. The NFL Network was there with a reporter. So was ESPN, and there were at least a dozen cameras waiting for Owens to emerge from the locker room and take the field. "Must be a playoff game, right?" said Braylon Edwards, who is no longer the newest receiver on Seattle's roster.
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"Coach had reached out to me a couple times and you know just knowing coach's style and the way he goes about teaching and leading his team," said Palmer. "I just thought that TO would be a great fit. I had the opportunity to play with TO and really enjoyed playing with him. It was a great relationship and we continued to work out afterwards and didn't have anything negative to say about TO. It was a great relationship. I just let coach know that I thought he would fit in really well with his style and I think that they'll have a lot of success together."
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