Terrell Owens, Butterfinger Offering to Pay NFL Excessive Celebration Fines

January 22, 2016, 2:41 PM UTC
Owens celebrates a touchdown
IRVING, TX - DECEMBER 8: Wide receiver Terrell Owens #81 of the San Francisco 49ers celebrates in the end zone after scoring a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys with 12 seconds left on December 8, 2002 at Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas. The 49ers beat the Cowboys 31-27. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)
Photograph by Brian Bahr — Getty Images

Terrell Owens had a lot of opportunities to celebrate touchdowns in his career and he rarely did not take advantage of them, unleashing classic endzone performance’s like eating popcorn, signing a football with a sharpie, and borrowing the cheerleaders pompoms.

In an effort to continue his legacy of dancing, Owens is teaming up with Butterfinger to offer up to $50,000 to any player fined in the AFC and NFC Championship game or the Super Bowl for excessive celebration.

To spread the love outside of the remaining NFL teams, Owens hit the streets with comedian and Billy on the Street host Billy Eichner to get pedestrians to win candy bars by being bold.


If someone runs up to you on the street yelling and telling you to dance, it may just be Terrell Owens. It probably is just a crazy person though, so be careful.

– Brendan Maloy