Terrell Owens is looking for a job and the New York Jets are thin on receivers, but the two making a connection seems unlikely.
Forget about T.O. to the Jets. Sources just told me they have no interest in Owens. No surprise. Better chance they bring back Don Maynard.— Gary Myers (@garymyersNYDN) October 9, 2012
Rex Ryan said "never say never" to signing Owens after Monday's 23-17 loss to the Texans, but New York Daily News columnist Gary Myers tweeted differently.
New York's top receiver Monday was Jeremy Kerley, who hauled in five passes for 94 yards. Jeff Cumberland picked up 51 yards on two catches, including a touchdown.
Owens signed a one-year contract with the Seahawks on Aug. 6. He was cut 20 days later.
Owens has played in 219 games over 15 years in the NFL. He last played with Cincinnati in 2010 before a six-month stint with the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League in 2011.