Looking good in black and green, T.O.
While Terrell Owens isn't actually in Canton, Ohio, for this weekend's Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony, he's looking pretty dapper on the cover of the official event program, surprisingly, in an Eagles jersey.
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Owens, who is celebrating his induction in Chattanooga, Tennessee, played a total of 219 regular-season games in his NFL career and only 21 of those were as a member of the Eagles. The bulk of his career came as a member of the 49ers, for whom he played 121 games. The outspoken WR even played more games in Dallas than he did in Philadelphia.
Members of the Baseball Hall of Fame are enshrined wearing the hat of a team of their choosing from their MLB career, but the busts at the Pro Football Hall of Fame don't indicate any certain team.
It's a little surprising to see Owens representing the Eagles over the 49ers in any official Hall of Fame capacity, unless they heavily weigh driveway press conferences.