Fanning the flames of a sports rivalry is always fun, and clearly, Drew Pearson understands this concept

The legendary Dallas wide receiver and apparent football provocateur announced the Cowboys late second-round pick at the 2017 NFL Draft.

While he did successfully announce the pick, he also managed to viciously troll Eagles fans in the process, no matter where they were.

Dude caught a lotta balls with the 'Boys, and he showed he still had some when he took center stage.

Click on over to The Daily Player to view a man who's definitely comfortable with himself.

If you're a Cowboys fan and want to revel in that same self-assuredness, have we got a deal for you! Bask in the glory of this 5-piece replica ring set of Dallas' Super Bowl triumphs:

Dallas Cowboys replica five-piece Super Bowl ring set

Yes, indeed. They've even got authentic semi-precious stones to underscore the fact that you're not wearing an actual championship ring.

But that blonde at the bar doesn't have to know, does she?

This set is an absolute must for any devoted Cowboys fan or anyone who needs to fake his way into a hookup at closing time.

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