Legendary wideout Terrell Owens has revealed that the prospect of being inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame does not mean that much to him.
Owens spent 15 years in the NFL on his way to becoming the sixth all-time player for catches, but the former Dallas Cowboys man has insisted that he does not have much interest in whether he receives enough votes to join a select group of famers.
"I can't wrap my head around that whole process because it really, literally, doesn't mean that much to me," Owens told The Rich Eisen Show.
"I understand what I've done on the field and it's probably well deserving of [the Hall], but I'm being honest, it really doesn't bother me whether I get in or not."
Owens also measures up as the second highest collector of yardage through the air behind fellow veteran John Rice.