Terrell Owens comes to town with the Bengals this weekend, the fifth time Owens will face the Browns – it’s his fifth different team as well. Cleveland.com looks at the four previous matchups, including a memorable one when Owens was with the Philadelphia Eagles:
A year later, Owens and Garcia were on opposite sides. Owens came to Cleveland to oppose Garcia, then the Browns’ QB, after making unkind remarks about Garcia in a national magazine article in the off-season.
Owens was greeted with jeers and taunting banners, and he responded with four catches for 109 yards and two TDs in a 34-31 Philly victory in overtime. After scoring touchdowns in the first quarter, he drilled the football at one banner and ripped another (“T.O. has B.O.”) from a railing
Overall, the Browns are 2-2 against Owens’ teams.