Terrell Owens may have gotten inducted into the Hall of Fame this year, and he may be the new cover athlete of Madden, but his aspirations of playing again in the NFL still haven't gone away.

After his former team, the San Francisco 49ers, and their new GM John Lynch reached out to congratulate Owens via Twitter for his work with Alzheimer's awareness, T.O. used the opportunity to take his shot for a potential job interview. 

Does the 44-year-old still have something left in him? That would be a sight to see. He would have to beat out the likes of Marquise Goodwin and Pierre Garcon to do so, but never doubt the five-time All-Pro.

Thus far, Lynch hasn't responded to the offer, but Owens probably won't back down.

Recently, the "retired" veteran claimed he could still come back to the game and hinted he would like to join a Super Bowl-ready team like the Kansas City Chiefs.

Whether an organization would give him a shot like that remains highly unlikely, but never doubt a competitor. 

T.O. didn't get the chance to end his career on his own terms and walk away gracefully into the sunset. He may never will, but regardless, his phone remains open for the opportunity. 

Your move, John.