Terrell Owens, the highly skilled Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, is a player surrounded by controversy. Much of the controversy that follows Owens is self inflicted and created. Terrell Owens’ life is divided into three equal pursuits: football, conflict, and explaining that the conflict was not his fault. Here is an ironic fact involving Owens’ autobiography that he put out partially to defend himself from criticism about being a bad guy.
Terrell Owens put out his autobiography in 2004 with the help of ghostwriter Stephen Singular. If you check the other works that Singular is credited with you’ll find a book about polygamist Warren Jeffs and also a book about the BTK serial killer. Not really the greatest company to lump yourself in with Terrell.