An arrest warrant has been issued for Terrell Owens because of his failure to show up for a court date regarding child support payments, ESPN reported.
Diana Bianchini, a spokeswoman for Owens, on Saturday has reportedly said that the free-agent wide receiver has tried to reschedule the Oct. 24 hearing in Contra Costa County Court because he had set up a televised workout, hoping to hook an NFL club.
However, no teams attended the workout.
Owens had a left knee injury that required surgery and has been rehabilitating it.
ESPN reported that Bianchini also said that Owens, 37, was looking for a new attorney and was also representing himself while trying to make the court date change.
Owens' new attorney will handle the warrant issue this week, Bianchini said, adding that the free agent is looking to modify his child support payments, which were based on the approximately $12 million a year he was making in 2007 while playing for the Dallas Cowboys.