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terrell owens iflFormer NFL great Terrell Owens’ (T.O.) (pictured) beef with his former Indoor Football League (IFL) team the Allen Wranglers has gone up a couple of notches.  T.O. gave his ex-team an ultimatum, stating that he would sue them if they did not hand over a $160,000 check and an apology by close of business day on Tuesday.   Obviously, the clock has gone way beyond the stipulated deadline, and the IFL team is refusing to cave into T.O. ‘s demands, reports TMZ.

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T.O. recently got a pink slip from the Wranglers for allegedly failing to appear at a couple of charity events and for refusing to play in two crucial games.  Since T.O. reportedly breached his contract with the team, he forfeited a 50 percent ownership stake, a loaner late model Jeep Cherokee vehicle, and he has been drop kicked from the housing the organization provided for him.  To add insult to injury, the only thing T.O. did actually receive from his acrimonious departure was a reported $50 buyout.

After squandering an $80-million fortune earned over a 15-year professional career in the NFL, T.O. suffered the further indignity of facing his baby mamas on Dr. Phil’s nationally broadcast show last month, where he was raked over the coals by the good doc.

Watch T.O. and his baby mamas here:

As if the situation with the IFL wasn’t nasty enough, now the Wrangler’s team owner, Jon Frankel, is accusing the five-time All-Pro of blowing off four additional team events, which T.O. vehemently denies, says TMZ.

Ironically, the Wranglers launched a renewal campaign last month for their season ticket holders and T.O.’s image is plastered right on the letter (pictured).

Yet despite all of his personal drama and career stalls, the 38-year-old former great STILL continues to express his desire to return to the NFL.

T.O., in the words of your buddy New England Patriot Chad Ochocinco,”Chile, pleeeze!”

Sound off!

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