Terrell Owens' workout draws no NFL interest

Chad Ochocinco (left) and Terrell Owens (right) of the Cincinnati Bengals are pictured during the Bengals training camp at Georgetown College on July 31, 2010 in Georgetown, Ky.
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CALABASAS, Calif. - Terrell Owens' workout was watched by two television networks but no NFL teams.

The 37-year-old free-agent wide receiver participated in some drills and caught passes Tuesday outside Los Angeles in a showcase televised by ESPN and NFL Network. He tells ESPN: "I definitely feel there are some teams out there that are interested."

Agent Drew Rosenhaus says on Twitter that he will be contacting teams Tuesday to tell them Owens "is immediately available to visit and work out for them. He could play this Sunday!"

Owens has been rehabilitating a left knee injury that required surgery. He played 14 games for Cincinnati last year, making 72 receptions with nine touchdowns.

The currently unemployed wide receiveris recovering from a torn ACL - an injury that he went as far as travelling to South Korea for stem cell treatment in an effort to get back on the field.

Earlier this month, CBS Sports' Charley Casserly deemed the mercurial Owens unemployable, saying, "I wouldn't sign him."