Owens looks like he hasn't missed a step since he retired eight years ago, either, running the 40-yard-dash in just 4.43 seconds. It was announced he would be inducted in to the Pro Football Hall of Fame back in February.
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That type of speed would be a problem for opposing secondaries, and Owens was always a physical receiver during his career who was capable of battling through traffic and coming down with contested catches.
Furthermore, the 44-year-old still has some serious wheels, judging by a video he recently posted on social media.
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Obviously, Owens would prefer to get one last shot at playing in the NFL. Still, the guy is 44-year-old.
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Are we sure T.O. couldn't help an National Football League team right now with that type of speed?