We are nearly three weeks into the NFL's free agency period and Terrell Owens has barely gotten a sniff of attention.
He's had exactly one workout (with the Bengals) since the Bills didn't renew his one-year contract on March 5th.
According to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, three teams are seeking the services of the veteran receiver but he wouldn't identify the teams.
Rosenhaus reiterated several times that Owens is still a "starter," that they would "be patient" and a deal might not come together until "right before training camp" (which some might take as an indication of the level of interest in the free-agent receiver).
The Bengals are no longer an option since they passed on him to begin with.
There are also reports out there that he wants no less than the $6.5 million he played for in Buffalo last season. Not so, says Rosenhaus.
"We've very flexible," he said.