T.O. Coming Back to North Texas — to Play for Allen Wranglers

Yes, it's true: Terrell Owens says he will see Allen "in the end zone."

The former Dallas Cowboys receiver (and former 49er, Eagle, Bill and Bengal) confirmed in a brief online video that he is coming to the Indoor Football League.

"That's right -- IFL, here I come," Owens said. "Allen, Texas, here I come."

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Owens also tweeted a link to the video, telling followers: "The WAIT IS OVER!! GETCHA POPCORN READY!!"

Rumors surfaced last month that T.O. was in talks with the Allen Wranglers.

Team owner John Frankel confirmed late Wednesday night that Owens had signed with the Wranglers. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed.

The Wranglers open their season on Feb. 25.

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