Terrell Owens is reportedly demanding a public apology and payment from the Allen Wranglers following his release this week. (Frederick Breedon, Getty Images)
The Terrell Owens-Allen Wrangers drama continues to unfold. According to a TMZ report, Owens is now demanding a public apology from the Indoor Football League team following his release earlier this week. Owens is also demanding a payment of more than $160,000 from the Wranglers, the team he co-owned until his release. TMZ's report states that if Owens does not receive both money and apology by Tuesday, he will sue the team.
Owens was released by the Wranglers after failing to show up for a scheduled appearance at a children's hospital. Owens was also in hot water with the team for refusing to travel for two road games as the Wranglers chased a playoff spot. Owens joined the Wranglers in January in a deal that allowed him to both play for the team and join their ownership group.
Once a premier NFL receiver, Owens has not played in the league since 2010 with the Cincinnati Bengals.