Terrell Owens is a free agent again.

The former Eagles wide receiver's marriage to Rachel Snider, which lasted just three days in 2014, is officially over. According to TMZ, a judge signed off on the divorce on December 17.

According to court documents, neither Owens nor Snider will receive spousal support, and the division of property between the two will remain confidential.

"Not to be mean or negative but I'm honestly glad it's over with," Owens told TMZ. "I learned my lesson and my life is in a much happier place."

Since Owens married Snider in a secret ceremony on January 23, 2014, the two have had problems. Their marriage only lasted three days, ending when the ex-Eagles player filed for divorce on Valentine's Day.

Snider, a postal worker from Texas, claimed Owens only married her for money. Specifically, that he used her finances to receive a $2 million loan for a home in Sherman Oaks, Calif. Owens, who made millions of dollars during his playing career, has experienced serious financial issues in recent years and faced the possibility of jail time for failing to show up to a child support hearing.

Snider also slammed Owens on Twitter for appearing on ABC's "Celebrity Wife Swap" without her while the two were still technically married (he appeared with his "friend" Melissa).

Owens, a six-time Pro Bowler, played 15 seasons in the NFL for the 49ers, Eagles, Cowboys and Bills, ending his career second all time in receiving yards (15,934) and third in receiving touchdowns (153).

In 2004, Owens had 77 receptions for 1,200 yards and 14 touchdowns for the Super Bowl-bound Eagles. Owens defied doctors orders and played in the Super Bowl on a broken leg and injured ankle, netting 9 catches for 122 yards.