Found June 25, 2012 on Sports-Glory:

Chad Ochocinco, yes thats still his name, tweeted to Roger Goodell, addressing him as "Dad", that he will be a problem this season. The Dolphins can only hope that will be the case because if Goodell does punish Ochocinco it will likely be for end zone celebrations.

Chad Johnson

 @nflcommish Dad... I love u but I will be a problem this year.. all fine money this year can be collected      from @MiamiDolphins #management


In other Ochocinco news he has recently been mentioning his birth name and as you see he even added it to his twitter account. But Steve Wyche of NFL.com cited a source close to the player that he has no intention of changing it back.
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