Well, If It's Good Enough for Michael Irvin ...
... it's good enough for Terrell Owens. Only days after the former Cowboys receiver announced his reality show, brought to you by the folks responsible for The Biggest Loser, the current (?) Cowboys receiver and VH1 offer news concerning Owens's program, which doesn't have a debut date as of yet:
The series follows one of the NFL's biggest and most outspoken stars, wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys, Terrell "T.O." Owens. In the series, T.O. will be shadowed in the off-season by his best friends and publicists Monique Jackson and Kita Williams as they battle the two sides of his large personality. Viewers will discover that behind all the braggadocio, emotional histrionics, and sculpted physique that is the outspoken media magnet known to the world as "T.O." -- there is also a quiet, sensitive, mild-mannered guy from Alexander City, Alabama...that's Terrell.
Because, if nothing else, history's taught us that reality-show cameras aren't at all distracting for the Dallas Cowboys.
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