A Georgia store owner claims he's selling some items that belonged to former NFL player Terrell Owens.
James Rice said the prized possessions were found inside of Owens' storage unit that was auctioned off because he allegedly stopped making payments. Some of the items include, playbooks, autographed helmets, and more.
Rice is selling the items at his antique store in Griffin, Georgia, which is called Jan's Used Furniture.
The owner sent 11Alive photos of some of the keepsakes.
Terrell Owens' items from storage unit being sold at Georgia store, owner says
He said this isn't the first time he's run into a celebrities' items. He claims he's had items from the storage units of singer R. Kelly, boxer Evander Holyfield, and other stars.
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