Former star wide receiver Terrell Owens has remained incredibly active in his post-NFL life. He suited up in the Indoor Football League in 2012, then made his official return to the gridiron with Fan Controlled Football in 2022.
A basketball standout in college, Owens has participated in a variety of hoops-related events as well since hanging up his cleats, including the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game.
According to TMZ, T.O. was back on the court Monday night, but this outing resulted in a scary confrontation.
Police sources told TMZ that Owens was "hit by a car" following an argument in the Calabasas, California, area. The disagreement broke out while Owens and the person involved were playing basketball, which resulted in the man targeting the former wideout's knee.
"We're told following the game, the man who had been beefing with the NFL legend got into a car ... and drove the vehicle right into the former wide receiver's knee."- TMZ
Thankfully, TMZ reports Owens "did not require medical attention."
It's great to hear Owens is doing just fine after he could've been seriously injured. Unfortunately, this isn't the first time the Hall of Famer has been involved in some type of concerning incident.
Just last year, an argument between Owens and a neighbor resulted in a misdemeanor charge for the latter. Also in 2022, Owens was captured fighting a heckler outside of a CVS after the person involved made threats to a fan the wide receiver was talking with.
It's been an eventful post-football life for the five-time First Team All-Pro, but no one would expect anything less from the Terrell Owens, the former All-Pro receiver, narrowly escaped serious injury when a basketball argument turned ugly. Police sources say the other party deliberately drove into Owens' knee but he fortunately did not need medical care.
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