Years after he played his final snap in the NFL, Terrell Owens is still talking smack.
Now the former 49er-turned-Eagle Owens has the opportunity to share his opinion on the Philadelphia quarterback, following Bradford's much-publicized request to be traded after the first-round selection of Carson Wentz.
"Carson who?" Owens told TMZ."I think it's Sam Bradford's job to lose.
"I think it was not a great move for Sam to request a trade," Owens added. "For me that's kind of a sign of a coward, to be honest. Again, if you're not secure in your abilities, it shouldn't matter who they're drafting. That should motivate you and prepare you for the best season you've ever had. I like competition. With that request [to be traded], it just seems like he's not really comfortable in his own skin and what he can do."
During his stint with the Eagles, Owens voiced his displeasure with the organization. It eventually led to his release on March 14, 2006.
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