Terrell Owens is out of football again.

The longtime NFL wide receiver has been cut by the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League.  “T.O.” signed a deal to play home games with the team in February that included an ownership stake in the franchise.

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According to ESPNDallas.com, the team cut him for refusing to play in two key upcoming road games and missing an appearance at a children’s hospital.  The 37-year-old was hoping the IFL would be a stepping stone back to the NFL.

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Owens played with the Cowboys from 2006-2008 and racked up almost 15-hundred yards with 38 touchdowns in three seasons with Dallas.

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