Judge Tells Terrell Owens His Career is Over

Judge Tells Terrell Owens His Career is Over

Judge Tells Terrell Owens His Career is Over. T.O. is told he’s washed-up in court.

Published January 5, 2012

If Terrell Owens was wondering whether he could revive his NFL stardom, a Los Angeles judge hearing his paternity cases told him his career was dead.


The former Cowboy was in L.A. County Superior Court on Wednesday morning to ask Judge Marc Marmaro to reduce his child support payments in two of his four ongoing paternity cases. His argument? He is no longer making the big salary.


Owens’ lawyer pleaded the former NFL star’s case, saying since T.O. isn’t playing for a team he doesn’t make any money. Judge Marmaro added to the attorney’s argument, stating Owens’s football future looked bleak.


"His NFL career seems to be over,” the judge said. “I mean no disrespect." In response, T.O. nodded his head.


But all isn’t hopeless for Owens. There are rumors that he may get picked up by an Arena League team.


With regards to reducing T.O.’s child support payments, the judge says he will think it over before making a decision.

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(Photo: AP Photo/Don Wright, File)

Written by Marcus Reeves


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