Good move?

Updated: November 10, 2005, 5:17 PM ET
I've heard from many people within the industry who, for the most part, thought that Drew Rosenhaus' defense of Terrell Owens wasn't his best moment. I wondered, as I heard Rosenhaus speaking up for his client, whether the rumors were true that Rosenhaus thought of stepping down from representing the embattled star. Rosenhaus has to worry about his own image, and it won't be beneficial for the agent if four high-profile stars fire him because they don't want to be associated in any fashion with the guy behind the T.O. saga. Oh, this just in. Rosenhaus just picked up another client -- Sam Madison of the Dolphins.

Owens puts second house up for sale: Terrell Owens has put his home in suburban Atlanta on the market, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. It's 18,000 square feet and his asking price is $4.49 million. A couple weeks ago, the Philadelphia Daily News reported that the wide receiver had his 15,000-square-foot home in New Jersey on the market for $4.39 million.