Retired wide receiver Terrell Owens ranks second all-time in NFL career receptions and is a six-time Pro Bowler. His 153 career receiving touchdowns slot him third in league history. Fresh off being fired from "Celebrity Apprentice", the 41-year-old Owens sat down with myself on HuffPost Live to discuss why he loves Richard Sherman, why he could be a 1,000-yard receiver right now and why the NFL's concussion policy fails to make the game safer.
Owens believes that Richard Sherman wouldn't merely play one side of the field if he had it his way.
Owens understands what Adrian Peterson is going through, because he too was disciplined as a youth with a switch.
Despite his age, TO talks about why the rule changes would ultimately allow for him to be a 1,000-yard receiver in the NFL today.
You can watch the full HuffPost Live segment below:
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