Hall of Fame wide receiver Terrell Owens already made history as the oldest player in the Fan Controlled Football league. Now, the 48-year-old star is making headlines again with his involvement in the first FCF trade.
Owens unretired in March, committing to a comeback by joining the FCF. He instantly made an impact, hauling in a touchdown and proving he still has something left in the tank. Now, the veteran wideout is on the move to a new team.
The FCF announced a three-team deal, with Owens leaving the Zappers to join the Knights of Degen. It’s the first-ever trade in FCF history and as per league rules, goes through after receiving approval in a fan vote.