Terrell Owens

Biography

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6-Time NFL Pro-Bowl player, actor, humanitarian, loving father, fitness expert, model and motivational speaker, and as of 2018, a member of the NFL Hall of Fame, Terrell Owens is a man on a mission. With 1078 Receptions, 15,934 yards, and 153 touchdowns during the span of his 15-year career, his extraordinary skills on the gridiron and elite athleticism raised the bar for Wide Receivers in the league. Owens is credited with being one of the most exciting and electrifying players to ever play the game.

Owens has garnered countless awards and accolades for his work, on and off the field, including, six Pro Bowl appearances, 5-time Associated Press All-Pro, recorded five seasons with 13 or more touchdowns, and the first to score a touchdown in seven straight “Monday Night Football” games. On September 15, 2008, in yet another remarkable Monday Night Game, Owens moved into second place on the NFL’s all-time career touchdown list.

Owens’ work on the field is only mirrored by his accomplishments off the field including partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association which is near and dear to his heart. Owen’s beloved grandmother Alice succumbed to the disease. In 2000, he testified before Congress to continue to raise awareness about the disease.

Owens is also a respected and best-selling author, penning a children’s book, “Little T Learns To Share” and a fitness book “T.O.’s Finding Fitness”. Owens’ latest endeavor, the “What TO Do” Global Campaign is an initiative aimed at empowering and motivating youth around the world through speaking, workshops and with the launch an inspirational clothing line for men, women and children.

Owens most recent accomplishments include being featured on the cover of the Official EA Madden NFL “Hall of Fame” video game. In April of 2018 Owens was officially inducted to the Alabama Hall of Fame and the NFL Hall of Fame.