By Danny O’Neil
The Seattle Times
RENTON, Wash. — Will Terrell Owens use a Sharpie to sign his contract with the Seahawks?
It would be kind of funny if he did. Ten years ago, he pulled a pen from his sock during a Monday night game in Seattle, signing a football after he scored a touchdown against the Seahawks. On Monday night, the team announced he had agreed to terms on a contract to become a Seahawk.
The 38-year-old Owens is one of the most prolific receivers in NFL history, but he’s also a full season and one major knee surgery removed from his last game in the NFL.
Seattle’s agreement with Owens is a one-year deal, according to FOX Sports, which first reported the agreement. Sources told ESPN it was for $1 million. Owens’ agent did not return messages, and the Seahawks had no comment beyond announcing an agreement.
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