Ravens, Niners compensated in settlement
PHILADELPHIA -- Terrell Owens can catch passes from Donovan McNabb in Philadelphia instead of just in Hawaii.
Owens got his wish to play for the Eagles, following a settlement reached Tuesday before an arbitrator could rule on the star receiver's case to become a free agent.
Owens' deal with the Eagles is for seven years and $42 million, reports ESPN.com's John Clayton.
"I'm so excited to be here and to play with D-Mac," said
Owens, who has played with McNabb in the Pro Bowl ...
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