It’s official: the Chad Johnson Era is over in Miami.
Even after an atrocious 2011, most observers never expected that the former Mr. Ochocinco would have more legal name changes as a Dolphin than receptions. His Dolphins stint lasted two months and a day, and consisted largely of a sideshow. In his one preseason game he produced nothing but a key drop on third down that serves as a microcosm of his last two years.
The reality is that Johnson had little to offer the Dolphins anyways. He was never going to be what Brandon Marshall was last season, and he likely would have landed a starting job that he probably didn’t deserve based on name recognition alone.
Call it addition by subtraction.
This whole ordeal raises a host of questions. Here’s a look at some answers for the team and the man at the forefront.WHO ARE THE WINNERS IN THIS SITUATION?
The biggest winner in this debacle is whoever lands the final spot in the Dolphins’ new depth chart at wide receiver. Julius Pruitt and R...