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According to Greg Bedard of the Boston Globe, it looks like New England Patriots wide receiver Chad Ochocinco is picking up right where he left off last season after fellow receiver Deion Branch had to tell him where to line up on one particular play on offense. He also jumped offsides and had to run a lap.
Ochocinco has been in the Patriots offense long enough that he shouldn’t have to be told where to line up. It would be a shock if he some how makes their 53-man roster.
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In 15 games during the 2011 NFL regular season New England Patriots WR Chad Ochocinco was uncharacteristically out of sync. With career lows in receptions (15), yards (276) and touchdowns (1), reports surfaced that Ochocinco was struggling and couldn’t stay on the field because he didn’t know the playbook. With 11 years behind him in
The Pats wideout's Escalade was broken into and of the the items pilfered, he was most upset with the thief making off with his Starbucks Gold Card.
Chad Ochocinco seemed to be having a bad day on Wednesday. The Patriots receiver tweeted that his rented luxury SUV was broken into and he had his wallet stolen from the car. He shared a picture on Twitter of a car with a shattered window:
Ochocinco followed up by sharing this video about his plight (language NSFW):
There was something fishy about the video. Ochocinco said he...
With the New England Patriots simply loaded with offensive weapons and stocked at the wide receiver position, veteran receiver Chad Ochocinco likely has very little room for error in order to remain with New England in the 2012 season. As the Patriots open their first round of OTA’s, Ochocinco reportedly looks as confused in the Patriots offensive sets as he did last season.
Chad Ochocinco is a character. His car was broken into on Wednesday. Ochocinco left his wallet in the car. But Ocho wasn’t upset because of losing his license, his credit cards or his iPod. Chad is distraught because his Gold Starbucks card is gone. He posted a video on Twitter to express his sadness. Caution, [...]
It may have been a league-mandated day off for the Patriots, but there's always something going on in the wild world of Chad Ochocinco.
Unlike his prior escapades, however, this one turned out to be a bit more serious.
Per the Boston Herald, Ochocinco had his Escalade broken into on Wednesday morning, and, of course, he took to Twitter to share the news ... and evidence...
Someone broke into the car of Patriots wide receiver Chad Ochocinco on Wednesday and allegedly took his wallet, iPod, credit cards and license, the Boston Herald reported. But what Ochocinso seemed most disappointed about was that the thief took his Starbucks gold card. Ochocinco provided a two-minute video to recount the alleged theft. "I earned the gold card,"...
When the Patriots brought in Chad Ochocinco last offseason, expectations were high. However, Ochocinco was as disappointing as can be, catching 15 passes for 276 yards and a touchdown, struggling to get on the field, and being the butt of many, many jokes. He didn’t know a lot of the playbook and took a paycut down to 1 million dollars this offseason in order to compete for a roster...