Once again, a former NFL player will be vying for the Mirrorball Trophy on the newest season of “Dancing With the Stars.”
This time, it will be retired receiver Terrell Owens, who is the second person to sign up for the upcoming season of the dance competition.
“He said it’s going to be a lot of work but I expect nothing different,” Owens said. “This is going to be a challenge for me, definitely. (It’s) definitely not in my wheelhouse. I danced as a little kid but this is nothing like what I’m going to expect, I’m sure.”
The NFL said Friday that the documents released last fall, which “contained information regarding a series of other incidents separate from the May 2015 incident,” prompted a reopening of its investigation. The league said Brown will not appeal the discipline.
The announcement comes as a Texas judge is deciding whether Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, suspended for six games this season for alleged domestic violence, will be granted a temporary restraining order that would freeze his suspension.
Kansas City promoted Brett Veach, who also worked in the front office under head coach Andy Reid in Philadelphia, to replace the fired John Dorsey. And the Panthers brought back Hurney, who was fired during the 2012 regular season, after Dave Gettleman was whacked in July.
Savage has some theories on why the recent trend of internal promotions might continue.