This could mean something, it could mean nothing, but either way it's worth a mention. Former 49ers/Eagles/Cowboys/Bills/Bengals wide receiver Terrell Owens worked out for the Seattle Seahawks today, and a report indicates he impressed the Seahawks brass. TO reportedly ran a sub-4.5 40 and may have done enough to get an offer from the Seahawks.
If the Seahawks signed TO, he would replace Antonio Bryant as the random old wide receiver heading to the Emerald City. Bryant was signed at the start of camp, but was released over the weekend. The Seahawks also traded for Kellen Winslow as they look for any and all weapons they can find for Matt Flynn (or I Suppose Tarvaris Jackson or Russell Wilson).
TO hasn't played in the NFL since 2010 after suffering an ACL injury last year. He played briefly for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League before being released due to some contract issues. The Seahawks have yet to sign him, but if they do, he'll be a story worth following through training camp.
Fooch's Note: I can't believe I forgot the Braylon Edwards signing as well!