Known for his spectacular touchdown celebrations as much as his aggressive off-field personality, former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens has etched his way into the NFL history books. Owens set franch...
Released the autobiography Catch This! Going Deep with the NFL's Sharpest Weapon
Lettered in football, track, baseball, and basketball at Benjamin Russell High at his hometown of Alexander City, AL
Feature film debut, playing himself, in Oliver Stone's sports drama "Any Given Sunday"
Won the celebrity slam dunk competition at the 2000 NBA All-Star Game
Signed a 1-year, $6.5 million contract with the Buffalo Bills
Drafted by the NFL's San Francisco 49ers
Produced and starred on VH1 reality series "The T.O. Show"
Played for the Eagles at Super Bowl XXXIX against the New England Patriots
Signed a one year contract with the Cincinnati Bengals reportedly worth $2 million, with another $2 million possible from bonuses
Made acting debut on MyNetworkTV comedy series "Under One Roof"
Signed a 3 year, $25 million deal, including a $5 million signing bonus, with a $5 million first year salary with the Dallas Cowboys
Began playing for the Philadelphia Eagles
Known for his spectacular touchdown celebrations as much as his aggressive off-field personality, former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens has etched his way into the NFL history books. Owens set franchise and league records over a 14-year career that saw him making six Pro Bowl appearances, as well as hours upon hours of highlight reels. T.O., as he has come to be known, played for five NFL teams before moving to the Indoor Football League in 2012. As one of the NFL's all-time leading receivers, he has gone down as one of the most successful players to have ever occupied the position.
University of Tennessee
Accused of missing child-support payments from four women in May 2012.
Idolized future teammate Jerry Rice as a child.
Appeared as himself in a 2004 "Desperate Housewives" sketch on "Monday Night Football" which was criticized for its overt sexuality.
Allegedly spit on cornerback DeAngelo Hall during a 2006 game against the Atlanta Falcons.