Sources: Terrell Owens agrees to one-year deal with Buffalo Bills - ESPN
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It didn't take long for T.O. to find a new home.
The Buffalo Bills and Terrell Owens have agreed to a one-year, $6.5 million deal, sources told ESPN.com's John Clayton on Saturday.
The Bills are planning a news conference 6:15 p.m. Saturday.
The controversial wide receiver was cut by the Dallas Cowboys late Wednesday.
Terrell Owens has found a new team, signing Saturday with the Buffalo Bills.
A person familiar with the signing told The Associated Press that Owens is headed to the Bills two days after he was cut by the Dallas Cowboys. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal had not been officially announced.
Source: TO signs with Bills | WOAI.COM: San Antonio News
The source also said Owens agreed to a one-year, $6.5 million deal.
The Bills were in need of a receiver to take the pressure from Lee Evans. They got one of the biggest names out there.
The question now is how T.O. will deal with Trent Edwards, who is only entering his second full year as starter. Owens has made life difficult for quarterbacks in the past and joins an offense that struggled mightily last year.
The Bills were 25th in the NFL in yards gained and failed to have a 300-yard passer
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