Found August 11, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:

We all know that Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is fan of pranks and his latest one came with the help of newly-acquired wide receiver, Terrell Owens.

During the Seahawks first meeting with Owens in attendance, Pete decided to call him up to the middle of the room to tell a story.

After a few minutes, Owens decided to go a rant about not being able to wear #81 (currently worn by Seahawks wide out Golden Tate) and caused some fake friction between the two until Pete revealed that it was all a joke:

(Courtesy of Pro Football Talk)

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