CINCINNATI -- Terrell Owens is taking a few more long-distance shots at Donovan McNabb.
Owens feuded with McNabb when they were in Philadelphia together in 2004-05, a factor in his eventual release. On "The T.Ocho Show" on Tuesday night, Owens took another swipe at McNabb, saying there were "rumors" he couldn't get things done in the two-minute offense when they were together.
When in Philadelphia, Owens suggested that McNabb was tired in the fourth quarter of the Eagles' Super Bowl loss to New England that completed the 2004 season. McNabb responded harshly, and the two didn't speak for a long time during training camp. Owens was kicked off the team midway through the 2005 season -- in part because of his harsh comments about his quarterback -- and eventually was released.
"That's just wrong," Ochocinco said. "It really makes no sense. What message are you really trying to send?"
Owens then took a jab at McNabb.
"Well, I don't really want to start anything, but I did play in the Super Bowl, and there were rumors where he couldn't get our two-minute offense going at the end of the game," Owens said. "I'm just saying."
When pressed on the matter by Ochocinco, Owens said: "I'm just saying."
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