NFL Feet: Terrell Owens – Air Jordan III Cleat PE’s

September 23, 2010 BY

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Sneaker News showed you a sweet pair of Air Jordan III Cleats that Terrell Owens – a Sneaker News Celebrity Feet regular – wore during a pre-season practice session. For Week 1 and Week 2 as well as the pre-season games of the 2010 NFL Season, Terrell Owens broke out some fresh heat in the form of Air Jordan III Cincinnati Bengals Cleat Player Exclusives. Featuring a black upper with patent leather accents and orange contrast on the bottom soles, ankle, and elephant print, Terrell Owens’ cleats have made appearance against the Patriots and Ravens with the Bengals now at a 1-1 record. Owens still fills up the stat sheets; he’s on pace for another 1,000 yards if he keeps up his pace. Take a look at T.O.’s cleats from the NFL season and let us know what you think of the colorway, and stick with Sneaker News for more PE heat from T.O. throughout the season. via Yahoo!.

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