The Party Crasher - T.O. Canoodles at SUSHISAMBA dromo

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Clearly, Miami is the off-season hotspot for many a baller from all walks of leagues. Such was the case for Dallas Cowboy Terrell Owens Wednesday night. The wide receiver was on a cozy, yet casual dinner date with a no-name model hottie at the chic Lincoln Road eatery with definite love bug behavior going on. The pair snacked on Edamame before indulging in a slew of SUSHISAMBA specials, including King Crab California Rolls, Miso-Marinated Chilean Sea Bass and Crispy Yellowtail Taquitos. The sober set opted on juice and soda, maybe going for a tone induced by pheromones to do the trick instead of some liq... The funny thing is the “player” was spotted dining at SUSHISAMBA dromo a couple of weeks ago with an entirely different chick. Outfitted the other night in a white tank, jeans and a baseball cap, perhaps T.O. was playing it low-key and undercover, trying not to get caught with his pants – I mean guard – down... -- Tracy Block

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