Drew Rosenhaus, the agent for wide receiver Terrell Owens, said Monday that he's in "active discussions" with three NFL teams interested in signing the 14-year veteran.
Rosenhaus said he's attending the NFL Annual Meeting this week to meet with interested teams but that they have "asked me not to identify them, on or off the record."
Rosenhaus did say that the Cincinnati Bengals, who brought in Owens for a visit but signed Antonio Bryant, likely are no longer a destination for his client.
"I don't think that's a realistic possibility," Rosenhaus said, given the salary and starting status that he believes Owens commands.
Rosenhaus reiterated several times that Owens is still a "starter," that they would "be patient" and a deal might not come together until "right before training camp", which some might take as an indication of the level of interest in the free-agent receiver.
Rosenhaus also said that despite some reports that Owens wouldn't play for less than the $6.5 million he made with the Buffalo Bills last season, there "is no set number" that they are seeking or demanding in negotiations.
"We're very flexible," Rosenhaus said.