Air Jordan III Cleats – Terrell Owens Seahawks PE

March 7, 2013 BY

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Ahead of Hall of Famers like Cris Carter, Steve Largent and Don Hutson, Terrell Owens trails only unanimous GOAT Jerry Rice and the Canton-bound Randy Moss on the NFL’s career receiving touchdowns list.  Like Moss, Owens faded away under the cloud of his contentious personality, but whereas ‘The Freak’ started his career as a Jordan Brand athlete, TO wrapped up his career rocking the Jumpman.  But even as Owens wore out his welcome in various cities over the second half of his career, Jordan Brand remained loyal to the end, even crafting him these sick Air Jordan III PE Cleats for a 2012 tenure in Seattle that didn’t go as planned.  TO missed a perfect storm here with the first Nike x NFL season giving the best new uniforms to the playoff-bound Seattle Seahawks; is this model he never wore on the NFL gridiron his career best cleats?  Let us know after you’ve seen more photos below and stick with Sneaker News for more rare Jordans.

Photo: Terrell Owens

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