Chad fires back:
http://www.bengals.com/news/article-...7-161eeb720b2dTold that former center Eric Ghiaciuc indicated The Ocho was a distraction, he fired back, "Ghiaciuc's play was a distraction. Of all people to call me that."
I think Chad is due for a monster year this year. It seems like his head is in the right place now, instead of being all over the place last season. When Chad is joking around with players and the media is when he is at his best. When he is not talking and is sulking around he is at his worst.
Chad's a total pain in the rear but that needed said.
Seems like Chad wants to prove that he's capable of more than what he did last season. Hopefully he can do that.
Chad's trying to make everyone love him again. This isn't a bad start.
We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.
The Rally Onion wants 150 fans before Opening Day.
Keeping the spotlight focused totally on Ochocinco.
He is taking egocentric to the next level.So, is it possible to type, run one's mouth and catch passes in the NFL all at the same time? Chad Ochocinco is promising to send out updates on Twitter during regular-season games. He was on KGOW radio in Houston and said this of tweeting (Via SportsRadioInterviews.com): "You know, it's funny - I like it. I like it because it gives me the opportunity to reach out to thousands of people at one time. It gives me a chance to get my story across when something goes wrong . . . It's big for me and I'm taking it a step further. I have my own application coming out where people will be able to interact and follow me. You know more than through just the keyboard and reading my messages - you'll actually be able to follow me and when the season starts, it's going to get even worse. I'm going to really make it fun. I'm using Twitter during games, during halftime, after the games. I'm going to be taking it to the next level."
or hes just sitting back and laughing at how much people hang on his every word.
The NFL will not allow in-game Twittering by players, coaches or others on the sidelines during games, league spokesman Greg Aiello told ProFootballTalk.com on Thursday.
"We already have a rule that prohibits the use of cell phones or other handheld devices in the bench area during games," Aiello told the website via e-mail.
The issue came up when Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco told a radio station this week that he inteded to start sending 'tweets' during regular-season games.
"I'm going to really make it fun. I'm using Twitter during games, during halftime, after the games. I'm going to be taking it to the next level," he told KGOW in Houston.
PFT promises to look into whether the NFL's ban on handhelds extends to the locker room.
Jim Mora was fined $25,000 for taking a cellular phone call during a game in 2005.
Chad's reply via Twitter:
Damn NFL and these rules, I am going by my own set of rules, I ain't hurting nobody or getting in trouble, I am putting my foot down!!
My dad got to enjoy 3 Reds World Championships by the time he was my age. So far, I've only gotten to enjoy one. Step it up Redlegs!
You Bengal fans sure are a loyal bunch.
Dude's a clown, no matter how much talent he has. It would be different if his act was funny. It's not even close, it's just sad and pathetic and desperate for attention.
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