Former Dallas Cowboys Star Terrell Owens Shoots Shot at Aaron Rodgers’ Ex Olivia Munn

by Emily Morgan
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NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens spilled the beans on which celebrity he’s crushing on during a recent interview. Kayla Clough, the Managing Producer of the New York Post, interviewed the former Dallas Cowboys receiver about his upcoming line of wine, what he’s been up to since retiring, and which celebs he’s found himself smitten over. 

In the interview, he let it be known that he’s got his eyes on fellow NFL legend Aaron Rodger’s ex-girlfriend, Olivia Munn. “Some famous ladies that I would probably like to ‘wine and dine?'” Owens responded. “On my list right now, I would say Olivia Munn. She is very, very hot. Very, very sexy.”

Terrell Owens Reveals He Crushing on Another NFL Player’s Ex

Munn and Rodgers briefly dated a few years ago before splitting up over some family drama. Even though it might go against bro-code for T.O. to reach out to another NFL player’s ex, we feel Rodgers would more than likely not have a problem with it. He and actress Shailene Woodley recently announced their engagement and seem head-over-heels in love with one another. 

In addition to Munn, he also added, “I think Sanaa Lathan. She’s beautiful. I love her career, I love watching her perform. I’ve watched a number of her movies. Those are my favorites so far.”

During an interview with The Real, Owens also revealed that he was crushing on Khloe Kardashian. It seems like Owens has moved on from the reality star and has set his sights on Munn and Lathan. 

To elaborate on his decision to move on from Kardashian, Owens explained that “she’s dating someone right now, so it’s kind of hard to have a crush on someone that somebody’s already crushing.”

Even though we can’t answer who Owens will be giving a rose to (or a bottle of wine), we can say the lucky lady will have no shortage of wine to sip while being courted by T.O. Owens developed his new wine in partnership with Baseball Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda. The cabernet sauvignon line is harvested in Paso Robles, California, and then aged for over a year.

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