Well, you can't say the Seahawks prefer boredom. After signing Braylon Edwards as well as signing (then releasing) Antonio Bryant, the Seahawks have decided to go into the world of the one and only Terrell Eldorado Owens.â†µ
Yes, Eldorado Owens will be working out for the Seahawks on Monday. Owens might be 38, but he still looks better physically than most wide receivers and his finances are in such shambles he couldn't afford to waste an opportunity. (Get it? See how ‘afford' was used. Yes, brilliant.) It may only be a workout and an opportunity to briefly torture the defensive backfield, but seeing Owens on an NFL football field is always news, no matter what comes of it.
If he can contribute, Owens would bring strength and a veteran know-how to the wide receiving corps. If it doesn't pan out, well, at least now we know his middle name is Eldorado. And that in itself is worthy of numerous stories and 30 for 30 documentaries.