A day after Donovan McNabb signed his contract extension, Terell Owens lashed out at him over Twitter.
“How do u justify a 78 million dollar contract w/this type of performance?” said Owens on the social networking site.
The Washington Football Team had just signed McNabb to a $78 million extension that will keep the super star quarterback in Washington for another five years.
McNabb shot back on ESPN Radio Tuesday saying, “It’s unbelievable how they can comment on what I’m doing over here,” after he brought up the Bengals’ 2-7 record.
The pair were teammates for two years over the 2004-2005 seasons in Philadelphia and have been bickering ever since.
Owens went on his own show, “The T.Ocho Show”, Tuesday night to try and defend his comments.
“Trust me. I’m all happy that he got a $78 million contract. My thing is, how does management – maybe I should have said ‘management’,” he said. “But, how do they justify a $78 million contract when, just two weeks ago, the head coach just benched the guy.”
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