What the future brings for Terrell Owens in Buffalo may not be decided until a new coaching staff is implemented, but the veteran receiver closed the 2009 campaign in productive fashion. At game’s end, Owens was high-fiving fans around the stadium before leaving the field.
As the season wound down, Owens was often asked about extending his career in Buffalo. In most cases, the response was centered around waiting until after the season to determine the right situation.
He echoed those feelings Sunday, choosing to leave the door open for a possible return.
“Well, who knows. I think I’ve addressed that enough the last few weeks. I know everyone is wanting to know, and I think under the right set of circumstances and situation, then yeah. I’ve always said that I’d be willing to come back,” he said. “I think the situation has to be right and I think they’ve taken a step in that right direction by hiring Buddy Nix as general manager. So that’s a start, and this is the start of the offseason for us and we just have to see where it goes from there.”