Terrell Owens doesn't have a right to play football. He says his rights are being abridged by the 4-game suspension and indefinite deactivation. But those actions are completely within the teams rights according to the contract that Terrell Owens signed. If he doesn't like the consequences of his actions, perhaps he shouldn't have committed them. But that would require maturity and foresight, two qualities that TO lacks.
Next, the Chargers have two weeks to prepare for Buffalo. If they get beat, Marty Schottenheimer should be fired. That is all.