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Chad Ochocinco has finally figured out how to contribute to the New England Patriots receiving corp and it doesn’t involve catching a football.
Watch as Chad takes up the job of a waiter and serves food at a restaurant to fellow Patriots receivers Deion Branch, Brandon Lloyd, Julian Edelman and more. Ochocinco seems to be pretty good at waiting tables and should feel excited that he has a job to fall back on once he realizes that his football career is over.
Ochocinco waits on fellow Patriots receivers was first posted on May 2, 2012 at 5:56 am.
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