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The Cincinnati Bengals have a bona-fide star in receiver A.J. Green.
Unlike the historically egotistical divas that tainted his position with the stain of vocal overcompensation, Green is forcing himself to stay grounded.
If you ask Green, its going to be some time before he is elite.
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If you thought that Chad Johnson’s NFL career couldn’t possibly end on worse terms than being sentenced to 30 days in jail, then you would be wrong. TMZ reports that the free agent wide receiver’s expenses outpace his income by more than $45,000…per month. Photo Credit: TMZ.com Johnson (formerly Chad Ochocinco) claims to only make about $3,000 per month and pays $16...
Chad Johnson recently began serving his 30-day jail sentence that Broward County Circuit Judge Kathleen McHugh handed down after he playfully patting his attorney on the backside.
But fear not Chad, Terrell Owens is a friend indeed, visiting him on Saturday. Here are some of his Tweets on the experience:
Just visited the homie @ochocinco. He’s in good spirits, he needs a haircut...
When the Cincinnati Bengals last appeared on HBO's "Hard Knocks" in 2009, one of the most memorable moments featured a player getting pulled out of bed at 5:30 a.m. so The Turk could deliver the news he was being cut.
Such a procedure certainly wouldn't fall under the more "humane" process that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is seeking for how player...
As a lifelong Bengals fan, I will forever be grateful to Chad Johnson for helping make the Cincinnati Bengals relevant. Despite his shenanigans off of the field, I will also always be a fan of Ocho Cinco. There’s no denying that Johnson was always an attention grabber, but I always thought he did it in a delightful and charming way.
Still, there is no denying that it has been a...
The Cincinnati Bengals will star in the training camp documentary show ''Hard Knocks'' for the second time in five NFL seasons.
HBO announced Monday that the Bengals would be featured in the popular series, which premieres Aug. 6. Cincinnati last appeared on it in 2009. The Miami Dolphins were last season's team.
The Bengals no longer have receiver Chad Johnson...
HBO has officially announced that the Cincinnati Bengals will premiere on Hard Knocks on August 6th.
#HardKnocks: Training Camp with the Cincinnati @Bengals to premiere Tuesday, August 6th on @HBO
— HBO (@HBO) June 17, 2013
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It is expected to be announced during this week that the Cincinnati Bengals will be starring in HBO’s annual Hard Knocks. The show is one that goes behind the scenes of NFL teams to give an inside-look of what goes on during the grueling days training camp prior to each season. This will be the Bengals second time doing the show in the last five years.
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Chad Johnson's release from a Florida jail Monday was supposed to be the final act of a saga that dates to August, when the former Chad Ochocinco was arrested at his home for headbutting his wife, Evelyn Lozada, during an argument.
On Tuesday, however, TMZ released several photos of Lozada following the incident, which led to the couple's divorce in September, after just...
As you all know, the Baltimore Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII. The Cincinnati Bengals, who finished with the same record in the 2012 regular season, came up short in the playoffs after a second-year-in-a-row loss to the Houston Texans in the Wild Card round.But the Ravens restructured their team, dropping nine starters in the offseason, and picking up a bunch of star players in the...
The annual NFL rookie symposium is slated to get underway on June 23 and runs through the 29th. The league has decided that they will bring back a controversial veteran once again to speak with this year’s crop of rookies, Cincinnati Bengals DB Adam “Pacman” Jones. Is this really such a good idea?
Jones has a storied history in the NFL and was recently accused of hitting a...