Well, it was fun while it lasted. The Johnny Manziel — Terrell Owens tandem with the Zappers of Fan Controlled Football (FCF) is no more.
The league announced Tuesday that the 48-year-old Owens has been dealt as part of a three-team deal, the first in the history of FCF. Owens is now a member of the Knights, as long as that’s what the fans want to see.
That’s right, in FCF, fans have the power to veto any trade. Per FCF, each team will have a vote to accept the trade and if a 70% supermajority of the fans reject it, then the trade will not go through.
The NFL Hall of Fame receiver has made an instant impact in FCF, hauling in his first official touchdown since December 5, 2010 in his debut three weeks ago.
Owens followed that up the following week in Manziel’s debut, on the receiving end of the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner’s first touchdown pass.
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