By Tim Polzer
August 26, 2012

Terrell Owens' latest attempt to resuscitate his NFL career has been derailed.  Owens, No. 2 in NFL career receiving yards, revealed his release from the Seattle Seahawks on his Twitter account.

A surprisingly good workout -- including a 40-yard time of 4.45 seconds -- earned Owens a one-year veteran minimum contract early in the Seahawks' training camp.

Owens signed a one-year veteran minimum contract with the Seahawks during the second week of training camp, but was never considered to have a lock on a roster spot. The impressive preseason play of Braylon Edwards made Owens more expendable.

His comeback bid came into question when he didn't record a reception among the five passes targeted his way during the Seahawks first preseason game. He caught two passes for 41 yards in his second preseason appearance.

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