Free agent WR Terrell Owens held a workout on Tuesday in Calabasas, Calif., going through nearly an hour of drills. The veteran is hoping to sign with an NFL team soon, though not a single one of the 32 clubs were in attendance at the event.
Owens, who played for the Bengals last season, had surgery on his left knee in June following an offseason injury. That kept him out of the early part of the regular season, but he believes he can help a team in the second half of the year. At the end of the workout, after running, cutting and catching passes, Owens wore a shirt that said "I am" on the front and "ready" on the back.
The NFL Network aired much of the workout live, and Owens' agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said that a tape of the event will be sent to all 32 teams. The receiver himself said he was not worried that there was no crowd for his return, saying he does not need several clubs bidding for his services.
"I only need one team," Owens told the NFL Network's Lindsay Soto. "I only need one chance."