Terrell Owens On Former Teammate Donovan McNabb: ‘I’d Knock Him Out’

It’s safe to say that Donovan McNabb is no longer on Terrell Owens’ Christmas card list. The former yin to Owens’ yang in a dynamic Philadelphia Eagles passing attack, McNabb is now the source of TO’s “controlled anger.” To make matters worse, Owens isn’t just taking shots at McNabb, he’s gunning for the ex-quarterback’s soup. Literally.

Appearing on Shannon Sharpe’s Club Shay Shay podcast, Owens perked up when asked about the possibility of throwing hands with McNabb in a celebrity boxing match: “I’d knock him out because there would be so much pent up. I’d be controlled. It’d be controlled anger. I’d be like a navy seal. They’re cool and calm under all conditions, but there would be a fire burning inside of me.”

McNabb and Owens were teammates with the Eagles for two seasons, 2004 and 2005. Following their first season together, Philadelphia made it to the Super Bowl but lost to New England. The pair combined for 20 touchdowns as teammates but have spent their post-playing careers pointing the finger at one another in an ongoing version of the blame game.

With the feud amongst them still strong, TO reiterated to Sharpe that he’d end any potential McNabb fight with a KO: “Clean out. I’d knock chunky soup from him. From 2004! Trust me.”

In the unlikely event these two ever do step in the ring, the soup’s likely to be gone, so you best get your popcorn ready.

Written by Anthony Farris

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