Terrell Owens started playing football in high school, where he gained popularity after becoming a starter during his sophomore year. With his size, speed, and excellent ability, Owens was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the third round of the 1996 NFL Draft. The following year, he became a star name for the team, helping them win 13 games that season.
In 2004, Owens signed with the Philadelphia Eagles, and fans strongly supported his move to the city. The season was a great start for the Eagles, winning each of their first seven games, and 13 of their first 14 games. Owens was also able to prove himself by averaging a touchdown catch per game before being injured late in the season. Owens had a severe ankle sprain and a fractured fibula as a result of a horse-collar tackle on him in a game against the Dallas Cowboys. As a result of the high-profile injury, the technique has since been made illegal.
A soap-opera-style feud eventually erupted in the media between Owens and beloved Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb. As a result, the Eagles released him, and Terrell Owens joined the Dallas Cowboys as a wide receiver where he continues to make regular headlines for both his successes on the field, and his antics off the field.
**Terrell Owens Speaker**
Aside from his much publicized playing career, an interesting Terrell Owens speaker topic is his experience in writing a children’s book entitled Little T Learns to Share, which encourages children to share. There has also been Terrell Owens speaker appearances as a co-host of Inside The Huddle, a commentary show.
**Terrell Owens Appearance**
Off the field, there has been a Terrell Owens appearance in various commercials, television shows, and films, including a commercial for the ESPY awards and an episode of Punk’d. There was also a Terrell Owens appearance in the 2008 NBA All-Star celebrity game, where he was the MVP.
**Terrell Owens Endorsement**
A well known Terrell Owens endorsement is a photographic work on the athlete that was featured in Frequency, an exhibition of emerging artists. Best known for his initials, T.O., Owens has made a name for himself as one of the NFL’s most productive and outspoken players, qualities that can be utilized to add to the name recognition of your company through a Terrell Owens endorsement.
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