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Report: Terrell Owens will not attend Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony

After a long awaited induction, Terrell Owens has decided to not attend his Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

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After waiting for what seemed like forever, Terrell Owens was finally inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018. The former Dallas Cowboy announced today that he will NOT be attending his induction ceremony in Canton, Ohio.

Terrell Owens released this statement earlier today regarding his decision:

Owens, now 44, spent 16 seasons in the NFL. The five-time all-pro spent time with the: San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills, and Cincinnati Bengals. In his 16 year career, Owens had 15,934 receiving yards which is ranked second most all-time on 1,078 receptions. Owens also hauled in 153 touchdowns which ranks third all-time in the NFL.

As Owens mentions above, he will be releasing his plans for his big day on a later date, but for now we'll all have to sit around and imagine just how great that induction speech could have been from a personality like Terrell Owens. He will forever be one of the all-time greats at the wide receiver position.

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