Terrell Owens is looking for work. You just know someone will give it to him.

Thank you Jerry Jones. I've been waiting for an excuse to post my one of my favorite pictures ever.

Thank you Jerry Jones. I've been waiting for an excuse to post my one of my favorite pictures ever.

Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones finally put an end to the TO experiment in the middle of the night Wednesday, cutting ties with the malcontent receiver. The three-year experiment didn’t lead to postseason success.

Owens could be the most talented receiver the league has ever seen. His numbers speak for themselves – 951 receptions (sixth all time), 14,122 receiving yards (fifth all time), 139 TD receptions (second all time).

Despite nearing his late 30s – Owens will turn 36 in December – he shows no sign of slowing down. He’s had 1,000+ yards and 10+ TD catches in each of his last three seasons.

Aside from the undeniable production on the field, Owens has been an absolute joy in terms of drama – tearing up locker rooms, producing media circuses in his driveway, crying on camera, downing bottles of pills.

So where’s his next stop? He probably won’t be a huge salary cap burden considering his age and baggage.

The first team that comes to mind is the Titans. With a great running game and a solid defense, the passing game is the only thing holding Tennessee back.

The Titans don’t have a go-to receiver. Tight end Bo Scaife led the team in receptions (58) and Justin Gage was the leading wide receiver (34 catches, 651 yards, 6 TDs). Owens could be the No. 1 receiver with the Titans, which is always a top priority for TO.

What better coach to deal with Owens than Jeff Fisher? He enters his 16th season with the Titans in 2009. Fisher gets along well with players and his teams have cohesive locker rooms with solid leadership and little drama – though expect a LenDale White/TO fist fight for sure.

My other hunches are the Ravens, Vikings, or Chargers. Imagine how much he’d own Norv Turner … now that would be worth watching.

For now, get your popcorn ready for the hate he’s about to lay down on his former team. It should be priceless.

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