Found September 18, 2012 on The Juicy Online:
There's some hope for the troubled wide receiver Chad Johnson, as it's being said that Johnson is being eyed by the Philadelphia Eagles.

Although the Eagles are 2-0, thus far in the season, in the last 24 hours Johnson has began tweeting about the City of Philadelphia, which has a few in the city believing that the Eagles are gearing up to sign the free agent wide receiver.




5 hours past my bed time... if I miss this flight to Philly in the morning it'd definitely be a pisstified moment...
— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) September 18, 2012
Another tweet, Johnson asked the question about if there's any good soul spots in Philadelphia.

The Philadelphia Eagles are already banged up at the wide receiver core. Wide receiver Riley Cooper hasn't played yet due to a broken collarbone. DeSean Jackson played last week but strained his hamstring days before the game against Baltimore Ravens and Jeremy Maclin re-aggravated a hip pointer during the game against the Ravens and is unlikely to practice on Wednesday.

Although the Eagles look banged up on paper, it's still UNLIKELY that the Eagles would be interest in Johnson given he was arrested last month on domestic violence (head-butting) against his wife.


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