Things continue to go downhill for Terrell Owens. He remains an unsigned NFL free agent with no team even remotely interested in signing him and his financial issues continue to weigh on his shoulders. Now it's been reported that the former NFL wide receiver was forced to sell his massive Georgia mansion for half of the asking price.

TMZ reports that Owens sold the property for $694,000, which is considerably less than what he initially listed as the asking price. Back in 2010, T.O. put the mansion on the market for $1.5 million, but since he's strapped for cash, he seemingly had no choice but to move the property for half price.

The home itself is 7,694 square-feet and consists of six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. It also has an outdoor basketball court, pool, film theater, and gymnasium, among other great features. Take a look at some photos of Owens' old home and let us know what you think.