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 T.O.’s Unfamous Return To Lincoln Financial Field 
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T.O.’s Unfamous Return To Lincoln Financial Field
by: Marshall Smith

It was an unpleasant return for T.O. to his former home field.

Terrell Owens, the former star for the Philadelphia Eagles, is now playing for the Dallas Cowboys, and last Sunday was his first visit in almost a year to the Lincoln Financial Field in Philly.

While T.O. was just warming up and catching some passes in the field before the game, the Eagles fans were just starting the booing outside in the parking lot, they promised him more insults than any other athlete had ever heard before.

Matt Flinchbaugh of Camp Hill, Pa. arrived in his vehicle, which had detail offensive comments about the Cowboys and Owens.

"The boos are going to be larger and louder than anybody else ever felt, his T.O. jersey serving as an unofficial doormat. "It's the Super Bowl for us." Flinchbaugh said.

Flinchbaugh said Eagles fans can't forgive the way Owens fractured the team last season, "He didn't leave on bitter terms. He left on hatred terms," he said.

Bonnie Grant, an Eagles spokesman said that security was increased for the game and that any fan caught up throwing anything to the field, will be immediately ejected from the stairs and might face a possible revocation of his season tickets.

Even there was a sign that read "One down, one to go" with a photo of Owens and another of former Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin, who had to leave the field after suffering a neck injury in a game against the Eagles in 1999.

Surely Eagles fans were not happy with the presence of Owens in their home field, but the now Cowboys wide receiver is looking forward to be accepted by the fans for the Dallas team.

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