T.O. says Teague's hit after infamous star celebration 'was real weak'
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Terrell Owens' trash-talking game hasn't slowed down.

The Hall of Fame wide receiver was a guest on the latest episode of Kevin Hart's web series, "Cold as Balls," during which Owens discussed some of his touchdown celebrations, including when he disrespected the Dallas Cowboys' star at midfield of AT&T Stadium in 2000.

Owens, who was a member of the San Francisco 49ers at the time, stood on the star twice during the game, but his second celebration was cut short by a hit from Cowboys safety George Teague.

Owens downplayed the hit during his conversation with Hart, telling the comedian, "It didn't even faze me. I see all the comments and stuff, 'Oh he got clocked' or whatever. I'm like, 'Bro, he just grazed over the top of me.' That's probably the biggest hit he had the whole game."

He then addressed Teague directly.

"George, it didn't hurt. Like, it was real weak. Just like your game, it was real weak," Owens said.

The exchange starts at the 3:30 mark in the video below.

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T.O. says Teague's hit after infamous star celebration 'was real weak'
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