Terrell Owens was rightfully elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on the eve of Super Bowl LII a few months back. Good for him.
The player, as Bill Parcells once infamously referred to him as, spent three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, and what a memorable three seasons they were.
T.O. had 38 touchdowns and over 3,500 yards during his time in Dallas. He served as the team’s star receiver during an important time in franchise history, the ascension of quarterback Tony Romo. Say what you will about the end, but there were some good times.
Perhaps Owens feels like the good times should keep on rolling. It was announced on Friday that he’ll be on the cover of the latest installment of the popular video game Madden, the Hall of Fame Edition, and he’s doing it wearing something you’ll recognize... a Cowboys uniform.
Here is his announcement video:
T.O. will grace the cover of the Hall of Fame Edition, coming out in August. There will also be a different player on the cover of the Standard Edition.
This is, shockingly, the first person to grace the cover of Madden by themselves that will be wearing a Cowboys uniform. Erik Williams was previously seen on the cover of the game in 1994, blocking San Francisco’s Karl Wilson.
Will you be buying T.O.’s cover?