Child Support Checks Comin': T.O. Stops Cryin’ Long Enough To Take Off His Shirt For Carl’s Jr. Campaign [Photos]

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Ex-NFL star Terrell Owens shows he's still in great shape as he goes shirtless in a new commercial for Carl's Jr./Hardee's Philly Cheesesteak Burger. The former Philadelphia Eagles star relaxes by a swimming pool while tucking into the tribute to Philly's most famous food in the ad. The commercial sees him taking a humorous trip down memory lane, reflecting on his love-hate relationship with Eagles fans.

T.O. is a little less broke and hungry than usual these days because the former NFL baller is the star of an upcoming Carl’s Jr./Hardees commercial for their new Philly Cheesesteak Burger. Which makes sense sorta, because he used to play for the Philadelphia Eagles.

Ex-NFL star Terrell Owens shows he's still in great shape as he goes shirtless in a new commercial for Carl's Jr./Hardee's Philly Cheesesteak Burger. The former Philadelphia Eagles star relaxes by a swimming pool while tucking into the tribute to Philly's most famous food in the ad. The commercial sees him taking a humorous trip down memory lane, reflecting on his love-hate relationship with Eagles fans.

During the commercial he takes a humorous trip down memory lane, reflecting on his love-hate relationship with Eagles fans. SMH. Not sure how funny they’ll find it. Anyway, we see some female hands on T.O.’s bawwwwdy in some of these frames. He better be careful he already has a grip of kids and is rumored to have another one on the way!!!

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