Terrell Owens has never been a shrinking violet during his playing days in the NFL and the same outspoken personality that Owens had during his 15-year playing career has continued into his retirement.

Speaking on NFL Network’s “NFL Total Access,” Owens commented on his former quarterback with the Dallas Cowboys, Tony Romo, who he once famously defended while crying and questioned if his best days have come and gone.

“I think if you’re looking at this situation — two back surgeries in two years — I don’t think we should expect any Peyton Manning magic from him,” Owens said. “I think obviously he’s had his ups and downs as it is. You wish the best for him, but I think we’ve seen the best of him.”

Some may interpret these comments as controversial, but they weren’t the most boat-rocking comments he made while on TV Friday night.