"The doctors said the timetable was six to eight months, and up to a year, of rehab process. Obviously, they gave someone of my caliber a four- to six-month window. Four months is very ambitious, and that's where I'm at now: four months and four or five days out from surgery," Terrell Owens said after a workout Monday.
"Talking with the doctors, going through my personal training in L.A. and in Pensacola (Fla.), they stressed that I'm way ahead of schedule. I'm giving myself the timetable of maybe two or three weeks into the season that I'll be ready. That's giving myself a grace period, for setbacks. I'm rehabbing my butt off to get back on the field."
Many fantasy owners have written T.O. off, but he's going to land somewhere eventually and get WR1/WR2 targets. He's a physical freak and has proven that he can pick up an offense quickly. Owens isn't a bad WR4 or WR5 to stash on the bench. He'll probably be starter-caliber by midseason, if not sooner.