Terrell Owens likes to have fun. Pete Carroll does too. So it only seems natural that Owens' tenure in Seattle would begin with a prank.

During Owens' first team meeting with the Seattle Seahawks, Carroll called him to the front of the room so he could open up about something that had been bothering him. Owens said that when he signed with Seattle, he was told he could wear No. 81. But in Seattle, that number is owned by wide receiver Golden Tate. Owens claimed that Tate offered him the number, but with a price-- $81,000.

Owens said the high price tag for the jersey made him feel "set aside" and he said that it's "not cool." This is when things start to get a little uncomfortable. Finally, Carroll told Owens to sit down and yelled to the team, "How do you like getting punked?!"

Afterwards, Seahawks long snapper Clint Greshman tweeted that the prank was the "most awkward moment ever."

If Owens and Carroll have the same rapport on the field as they do in the meeting room, the well-traveled wide receiver might have finally found a fit.

-- Follow Robbie Levin on Twitter @RobbieLevin.

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