Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens is finally returning to football – sort of. He will be on the cover of the video game, Madden NFL 19: Hall of Fame Edition. The more expensive version of the game (around $80 compared to the $60 cost of the standard edition) will feature three-day early access, 12 gold team fantasy packs, an elite legends player – like Owens – for ultimate team, and more, according to IGN.

Owens will grace the video game cover in a Dallas Cowboys uniform, the team he was with from 2006-08. Before that, he spent his first eight NFL seasons with the San Francisco 49ers followed by two seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles. Following his run with Dallas, he spent time with the Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, and tried to catch on with the Seattle Seahawks late in his career.

Owens, a five-time first team All-Pro and a six-time Pro Bowl selection, will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August as part of the Class of 2018.

The 49ers made Owens a third-round draft pick in 1996. He registered 1,078 career receptions for 15,934 yards with 153 touchdowns. Owens ranks eighth all-time in receptions, is second only to Jerry Rice in all-time receiving yards, ranks third in all-time receiving touchdowns, and fifth among all NFL players in touchdowns.

"Terrell Owens gave our organization eight great seasons of service and some terrific memories that will live on in 49ers lore," said 49ers CEO Jed York in February following Owens being voted into the Class of 2018. "He is one of the most accomplished wide receivers in the history of the NFL, and very deserving of this selection to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The 49ers organization would like to congratulate him for this great honor."