Found June 12, 2012 on
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Terrell Owens only played three seasons for the Dallas Cowboys, 2006–2008. And that is the only reason he is not in the top three on this list.
T.O. was a lightning rod before he ever donned a Cowboys uniform because of his brazen act of celebrating on the midfield star at Texas Stadium after scoring a touchdown against the Cowboys when he was still with his original team, the 49ers. Owens became public enemy number one in Big D after that.
When the enemy joined The Enemy; that is, when T.O. took his circus act to the hated Philadelpiha Eagles, the bitterness of Cowboys fans grew to vitriolic hatred.
But then Jerry Jones signed the flamboyant wideout to a monster contract and for most (but not all) Cowboys fans, all was forgiven.
Calling Owens colorful is like calling the Pope a Catholic or the Hearst Castle a house. It is just a gross understatement. Owens took crazy on-and-off-field antics to a dizzying level during his three seasons in Dallas. It is hard to remember ...
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