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Romo, Witten Do Not Party All The Time

The "stars" came out for Terrell Owens' big birthday bash on Monday night, but not among them: Tony Romo and Jason Witten. Great; here we go again.

From the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram:

Among the celebrities in attendance were singer Solange Knowles, comedian Guy Torrey — who served as the master of ceremonies for the live auction — actress Jill Marie Jones and actor Carl Payne. Actor Will Smith sent a special birthday message, and rapper Ludacris was expected to perform at midnight. Owens was given the official key to the city of Dallas by city officials.

However, considering the events of the last week — when Owens was involved in a controversy with tight end Jason Witten and quarterback Tony Romo, the headliners Monday night were his teammates and coaches. Romo, who is suffering from a back injury sustained against the Giants, was a no-show at press time, along with Witten, who is also nursing injuries.


Actually it was a combination birthday party and celebrity fund-raiser for Owens’ Catch A Dream Foundation, which donates toward aiding 81 families in the Dallas area just in time for Christmas.

The party's best game? Pin-the-tail-on-Ed-Werder. I'm also wondering: That key to the city ... does it open pharmacies? Cause that would be bad.

TO Gets Plenty Of Support For Birthday [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

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