Which he would like to do (play the game again that is)--and hopefully for the Chicago Bears.
|Come to me Terrell...|
team plans on doing. It is just TO thinking out loud and hoping someone will give him a chance.
"To think about (Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall) on the other side and me on one side, that's really dangerous. I'm keeping myself in shape just for any opportunity that may come about."
TO is banking on the long shot happening because Bears head coach Marc Trestman was not in San Francisco with him long enough to develop a personal dislike for him. It's a stretch, but now that he has been out of the league for two seasons, been dying to get back in, flopped with the Seahawks, and is not getting any younger he has to do whatever he thinks will help.
As much as I'd like to see the man play again (because he was good when he took it seriously), I would almost hate to see him put his new career on hold--acting. I haven't seen (and will not) the movie that he made, but his cameos in the Mathew Perry sitcom Go On are hilarious (sorry--I couldn't find a clip I could embed; trust me--it is funny stuff)!