Former Dallas Cowboys football star Terrell Owens can catch footballs, but he may have dropped the ball on a pair of Texas real estate deals.
Two Dallas condominiums less than three miles apart with Terrell Owens listed as the owner are both slated to be auctioned in March, 6, 2012, according to data posted on RealtyTrac. Owens is delinquent on a $360,000 loan serviced by JPMorgan Chase for a condo in the ultramodern Azure high rise in Dallas, according to the foreclosure record.
A second Dallas condominium owned by Terrell Owens is also slated for the foreclosure auction block. Located at 3701 Commerce Street, the second Owens condo is also scheduled for a trustee’s sale on March 6, 2012. Foreclosure records show that Owens is delinquent on a $295,920 mortgage serviced by Deutsche Bank for this second property.
T.O. played 15 NFL seasons as a wide receiver but sat out last year with a bum knee and a bad attitude. His antics on the field and off have given him a bad reputation. He didn’t play in the NFL in 2011, and the 38-year old former wide out is currently playing for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League. Over the years, Owens played for the Dallas Cowboys, the San Francisco 49ers, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Buffalo Bills.
Owens was one of the highest paid wide receivers in the NFL. In 2007, the Cowboys signed Owens to a four-year $34 million deal. The Cowboys released Owens in 2009, and the Buffalo Bills signed the controversial and outspoken athlete to a one-year $6.5 million contract.