The career and life of Terrell Owens has fallen on some real hardship times, and it’s been a mess since he played in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2010, and the upcoming Dr. Phil appearance might be much of the same thing as he unveils his troubles to the mothers of his children.
According to Jonathan Hailey of The Urban Daily, the former NFL star will be appearing on not one, but two episodes of the daytime talk show within the next two weeks.
Apparently, the WR will be hashing out issues with his “baby mommas,” which include his personal problems, at which point the relationships broke with the women and the lack of time he spends with his children.
According to at least one biography (at JockBio.com), Owens “is a product of a broken home and was raised by a neglected mother and overbearing grandmother in an environment that did not foster love or support.”
There are other issues facing Owns, such as his attempt to reconcile and explain why he reportedly only saw his three-year-old son and other children a total of 12 times since their births.
He spent most of the 2011 season in rehab from a torn ACL.
In an effort to reach out to the NFL, he hosted a televised workout for scouts, but he received no offers.
The football star is now playing in the Indoor Football League and signed a reported six-figure deal for a season with the Allen (Texas) Wranglers.
Owens has fallen hard, and although he is a potential future Hall of Famer, he loves the field and the attention.