Tyler Owens: I don’t believe in space

Tyler Owens, from Texas Tech, who was expected to record the fastest 40-yard dash time at this year’s NFL combine, holds unconventional beliefs, questioning the existence of other planets and finding merit in flat-earth theories.

Tyler Owens, a standout expected to clock the fastest 40-yard dash time at the NFL combine, is making waves off the field for his unconventional remarks. During a media session in Indianapolis, the Texas Tech defensive back expressed skepticism about conventional scientific beliefs.



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“I don’t believe in space,” remarked the 22-year-old Owens in a video shared by Brent Sobleski on X by Bleacher Report. “I’m deeply religious, so I believe we’re alone right now. I don’t think there are other planets or similar phenomena.”

Reflecting on his evolving views, Owens shared, “I used to adhere to the heliocentric model, thinking we revolve around the sun. But then I came across flat earth theories, which intrigued me. They raised some valid points, so now I’m not entirely sure.”



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Amid contemplation about the cosmos, Owens confidently predicted an outstanding 40-yard dash performance on Friday. Hailing from Plano, Texas, he informed reporters that he anticipated clocking in “somewhere in the 4.2s,” as reported by Bleacher Report.

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