Chad Ochocinco getting released by the New England Patriots on Thursday doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing for the wide receiver. In fact, he already had interesting offers rolling in.
Well, there you go.
Impressive, Chad Ochocinco. Very impressive, indeed. And utterly fascinating to boot.
Gold, Jerry. Gold.
Although another possible response — although Chad Ochocinco’s response is spot on — could have been: He’s jealous of Tim Tebow.
Holy crap, would you get a look at that thing? You have to give Chad Ochocinco credit: love him or hate him, one has to admit that is one garishly impressive fish tank right there.
Huh. That’s, uh, weird.
You know, because the person is a Cincinnati Bengals fan. And that must suck.
Ah, I keed. I keed. There’s no way this car actually runs.
Dear God no. Goodness gracious, the horror…the horror. When these two get together, nothing good can come of it. The Four Horsemen ain’t got s**t on this foreboding image.
I regret to admit it, but Chad Ochocinco’s Twitter-Twitpic uploads have been downright prolific as of late.
Caption for the above photo, via Ochocinco’s twitpic:
Beautiful day in Miami, what do I drive today?
Frankly, Chad Ochocinco, if that’s your real name (which it isn’t, by the way),
After the miserable team that is the Cincinnati Bengals lost to the Steelers 23-7 on Sunday, their 10th loss in row in yet another epic fail of a season (2-11), one would suspect that players on the
Despite playing for a terrible team with an atrocious 2-8 record, Chad Ochocinco remains a compelling character, always ready with an amusing, entertaining quote.
Sad news to report from Television Ratings Land: the viewership numbers for the most recent episode of The T.Ocho Show on Versus were certifiably abysmal.
Lots of news coming out of the Twittersphere today – which, like it or not, will likely become much more commonplace now that athletes are using social media as their own improvised personal be
Interesting question (when taken completely and immaturely out of context), but who really cares whether there are enough balls in Cincinnati to satisfy the compulsion these two guys have for getting