Two years after Terrell Owens‘ ex-wife attempted to commit suicide, she landed back in the hospital with stab wounds to the neck.An incident report exclusively obtained by Radar reveals Rachel Snider tried to take her own life for the second time.
First-year eligibles Brett Favre and Terrell Owens are among the 2016 crop of finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Thursday night.
Favre, the former Packers quarterback, Owens, the mercurial wideout best known for his years with the 49ers, and former Steelers guard Alan Faneca are the three new eligible players, joining a group of incumbent aspirants from which just five can be elected each year.
Although the incident report didn’t disclose the exact injury, a source close to the 36-year-old claimed she was stabbed in the neck.
“She has more than a dozen stab wounds in her neck and had to have major trauma surgery,” the insider alleged, explaining she recovered in the ICU before her October 30th release from the hospital.
Steve Young, who played with Terrell Owens and saw firsthand what a nightmare Randy Moss was during his heyday, argued Saturday that both receivers need to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. And after two tries, he’s finally being recognized. Owens recently appeared on Sirius XM’s “The Morning Men,” and was asked an interesting question by Evan...