Terrell Owens Still "Clueless" About What Happened With the Dallas Cowboys

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The painfully modest former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver's new reality show bows on VH1 Monday (psssst ... you can watch the debut episode in its entirety right this very second, if that's what you're into). Which is why he was on Jimmy Kimmel's ABC late-night show Thursday -- talking, yet again, about how he was blindsided by Jerry Jones and, for the first time, about why he probably won't be dating the newly single Jessica Simpson: "That would be something, but I don't know if she likes black guys." The video's after the jump.

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