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T.O. Update

So 5 seconds after I post that blog entry I check my email inbox and I get this piece of trash from some marketing idiot trying to make a buck off this fiasco. It's this kind of stuff that makes a me ill.

Here's the press release

"Hi Jason,
Terrell Owens, the Dallas Cowboys' star wide receiver and drama magnet du jour, is in the news again - and not for crossing the goal line...
Dallas authorities this morning reported that T.O. has allegedly attempted suicide. What implications will this have on his career and future marketability?
Darren Prince, CEO of Prince Marketing Group ( www.princemarketinggroup.com ) is available to speak with you on the subject. Working with the likes of Magic Johnson, Dennis Rodman, Roy Jones Jr., Joe Frazier, amongst others, Darren Prince has built a successful career out of working with some of America 's most infamous sports and pop culture icons.
"I don't think this incident will hurt T.O.'s marketability at all," says Darren Prince. "If anything, it shows his human side. Dennis Rodman attempted suicide in 1994 and he is still a very sought after entity today."

With more than 10 years of experience in the sports industry, Darren Prince is the expert to speak with on the topic of managing troubled athletes. To arrange an interview with Darren Prince, please contact me at"

I cut the phone number off but I was tempted to leave it on there and let you guy flood the nozzle who sent me this thing, but I thought better of it. People like this are the real publicity mongers.

By Jason La Canfora  |  September 27, 2006; 12:15 PM ET
 
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