Terrell Owens followed up on a dispute with a neighbor with a critical assessment of the situation.
"I could have died," Owens told TMZ Sports.
The Hall of Fame wide receiver was involved in an incident with a neighbor near his home in Florida this week, and police were called after an altercation. A woman was heard saying, "You're a black man approaching a white woman," in a video after Owens was allegedly speeding near her house.16} "If the wrong type of cop came out, if you got the wrong information. Her, you saw the video, she started crying, you know how the situation changed I don't know," Owens said.
Owens, 48, who played 15 seasons in the NFL, said he was concerned for his safety, but police said they had calmed things down upon his arrival. added.
Once dead, the story "It will be something completely different," said Owens. I hope the people of Florida are watching what happened," Owens said. "Hopefully [Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody] will get on board with this and see what you can do about me in a different way than you guys spoke to me live here today. They may have been talking."