The Allen Wranglers already had their star player to advertise in Terrell Owens. However, a wide receiver can only do what the quarterback gives him and a familiar face to Kansas City Chiefs fans will be the one delivering the ball. Former Canadian Football League star (and short-lived KC player) Casey Printers has signed a deal to play in the Indoor Football League and give Owens someone to partner with.
Apparently Owens helped decide who would be the signal caller for the team. From the press release, "The team held a practice at a high school indoor facility on Thursday where Owens caught passes from Printers. The former Dallas Cowboys receiver is not only a player for the Wranglers, but also co-owner of the team."
Printers only played for one season with the Chiefs after making waves in the CFL. During his CFL career, Printers threw for 11,647 yards with 64 touchdowns and 38 interceptions.