The long search has ended -- Terrell Owens finally found a home Wednesday.
The controversial Buffalo Bills wideout was having trouble finding an Upstate New York home after leaving previous cities like Philly and Dallas on not-so-great terms. It seemed that neighbors weren't so keen on having a guy known for popcorn making, accidental overdoses and impromptu front-lawn sit-ups moving into their hood.
Owens also ran into trouble because he only wanted to rent a home after signing a one-year, $6.5 million deal with the Bills. Seems like he doesn't plan on staying past that one season -- for now.
He also could feel burnt after having trouble unloading his home in Moorestown, N.J. after leaving the Eagles. The home remained on the market nearly three years later.
The good news for the press is that the house is close to the Bills home, Ralph Wilson Stadium. So, when T.O. does something absurd again they won't have to travel far to get the scoop from the media-hog himself.
For now we can all relax knowing that the T.O. show in Buffalo has a home base for what should be an interesting season.