Photographer: JM Dayao
Before January 3, 1999, he was a shy, somewhat reserved kid from rural Alabama who came into the NFL without much fanfare as a third-round pick out of tiny Tennessee-Chattanooga. To the extent that the public knew him, his name was Terrell Owens.
He wasn’t anonymous. But he wasn’t a household name, either. Ultimately, he was a raw talent who, despite coming off his finest NFL season, lived in the shadow of his more famous teammates, soon-to-be hall of famers Jerry Rice and Steve Young.
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