Terrell Owens Gets Humble (Pies)

Owens has previously worked with Carls Jr. to promote their Philly Cheeseteak Burger

Owens has previously worked with Carl’s Jr. to promote their Philly Cheeseteak Burger

Former Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owens is tackling something way more important than football players this Super Bowl season: pie.  Owens has partnered up with the cloud based web development platform Wix to launch a (fake, but incredible) website called “Terrell Owen’s Humble Pies.”  As Owens explains in the About section on the website, “During my all-star football career, people were always telling me something about humble pie. And I was always like, how does everyone know I like pie?”

The site boasts pie recipes, cooking videos, and a startling number of a half naked photos of oiled up Terrell Owens posing with pies. The recipes come with charming commentary from Owens himself, such as “Breakups ain’t easy. Warm up those bad memories as you preheat the oven to 350 degrees.”

Of course, Humble Pie is not Owens’ first foray into the culinary world. In 2013, Owens (along with some bikini clad women) helped Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s sell their Philly Cheese Steak Burgers.

Wix has also partnered with former Green Bay Packer quarterback Brett Favre, whose charcuterie themed website is called “Favre and Carve.”  Both Owens and Favre have released teaser videos for their sites, with the full ads slated to come out on Super Bowl Sunday.

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