It seems as if Dallas is looking to expel all trace of Terrell Owens.

The former Cowboys star faces foreclosure on two Dallas condos that are less than three miles apart each other. According to RealtyTrac, a real estate website that tracks foreclosure listings, Owens is delinquent on $360,000 loan for a condo in the Azure highrise and $295,920 on a mortgage for a condo located on 3701 Commerce Street. And he stands to lose both at a foreclosure auction on March 6.

In the past, Owens’ on- and off-field antics and comments were overshadowed by his performance, but now the 38-year-old isn’t as fast and as fit, and quite frankly, not worth the risk to some football agents. T.O and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, scheduled an open workout in October to prove that he was fully recovered from his torn ACL, and not a single team scout showed up.

“It’s not his knee that’s the problem; it’s his attitude,” an unnamed team executive told GQ‘s Nancy Hass, who profiled Ownes for the magazine’s February 2012 issue. “With T.O., no matter how brilliant he can be on the field, the dark side is always lurking. You don’t know which T.O. you’re going to get, and no one is comfortable risking that.”

The $80 million Owens made during his NFL career is “gone,” according to Hass, lost to bad investments and the $44,600 in monthly child support payments he pays to the mothers of his four children.

Work currently keeps Owens around the Metroplex: he signed a one-year, six-figure contract with the Indoor Football League’s Allen Wranglers. He made an impressive debut with the team on Saturday, scoring three touchdowns, according to Yahoo’s Shutdown Corner.