Team won't have to wait long to get a shot at T.O.

<B>Bonus free story - Subscribe and read this stuff daily!</b><br>OWINGS MILLS -- The Baltimore Ravens won't have to wait long to face off with controversial All-Pro wide receiver Terrell Owens. Baltimore travels to Philadelphia to play Owens and the Eagles during the second week of the preseason in a nationally-televised Friday night game on CBS.

The Ravens' trade of a second-round draft pick for Owens was rescinded in a settlement.

This follows the Ravens' hosting the Atlanta Falcons on Aug. 12 to open the preseason in an ESPN game to be broadcast on a Thursday night.

Owens, 30 and a four-time Pro Bowl selection refused to play for the Ravens and the case eventually went before an NFL special master. When the players' union put together a surprisingly strong case, the arbitrator indicated which way he would rule. That prompted the settlement with Baltimore receiving the Eagles' fifth-round pick.

The 49ers returned the Ravens' second-round pick and the Eagles sent defensive end Brandon Whiting to the 49ers.

The Ravens host the Detroit Lions during the third week of the preseason for a game likely to be regionally-televised. The AFC North champions conclude the preseason with a trip to the Meadowlands to play the New York Giants.

Baltimore travels to Philadelphia for a regular-season contest date that hasn't been announced yet by the league.

Aaron Wilson writes for The carroll County Times

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