ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Lights, cameras, T.O.!
No stranger to attention, Terrell Owens drew plenty of it Monday for the start of the Buffalo Bills' voluntary minicamps. The wide receiver joined his new teammates at practice for the first time since signing with the Bills in March.
Wearing his familiar No. 81, Owens took part in stretching drills. He then played catch on the sidelines with receiver James Hardy while the special teams worked out.
Later in the day, Owens was to tape his cable television reality show that will premiere in July. He also was to receive the key to the city from Mayor Byron Brown at a Buffalo art gallery.
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