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Chad Johnson leaves huge tip because 'Sundays are slow'

Chad Johnson hasn’t changed a bit since moving to the Great White North. The former NFL wide receiver, who now plays in the CFL for the Montreal Alouettes, made headlines Sunday after he tweeted about a random act of kindness. Johnson left a $300 tip for a server on a $351.92 bill, simply because “Sundays are slow.” The tip is in the message not the money... http://t...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Chad Johnson hugs official after first CFL touchdown (Video/GIF)

Former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson scored his first CFL touchdown Friday night and celebrated by hugging an official.Johnson opened the scoring for the Montreal Alouettes in the first quarter by beating the Winnipeg Blue Bombers defense to catch a 46-yard touchdown pass from former NFL QB Troy Smith. After the TD, Johnson found side judge Jocelyn Paul and wrapped him up. Paul...
Via Holdout Sports
July 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Chad Johnson makes regular season CFL debut

Chad Ochocinco is back on the football field, but this time it's in the Canadian Football League. In his first regular season game, Chad Johnson caught two passes for 20 yards on the way to a 29-8 loss. Johnson told the Canadian Press after the game that he has a long way to go. "I've got a long way to go, man," Johnson said, "With this being my first time...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Chad Johnson makes CFL debut

Chad Johnson is salvaging what's left of his football skills up north in a place they call Canada, playing in the Canadian Footbal League (CFL) to be exact, for the powerhouse Montreal Allouettes. The former Bengals, Patriots and Dolphins 36-year-old receiver looks very much the same as he was the last few years of his NFL career, catching a simple route before stumbling and...
Via 60 Max Power O
June 21, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Chad Johnson justifies infidelity: MLK, Jr. was hoein’

Now that Chad Johnson officially has a job with the Canadian Football League, he can get back to sounding like an idiot and not having much to worry about. For the most part, that’s exactly what he did during a recent interview with “NiteCap” creator and host Peter Bailey. Much of the conversation centered around Chad’s […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Chad Johnson could be kept out of Canada due to no contest plea

(Credit: ESPN) Former star NFL receiver Chad Ochocinco Johnson has finally found a team willing to sign him so he can play football again. There are two problems with that, however. First being the team is the Montreal Alouettes. Montreal, Quebec. In Canada. Johnson has a no contest plea hanging over his head from 2012, and United States citizens with criminal records are routinely...
Via Sports-Kings
April 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson joins CFL's Montreal Alouettes

Chad Ochocinco went from being the feared receiver, Chad Johnson, to the largely irrelevant joke, Chad Ochocinco, then to the job less wife beating Chad Johnson. What a journey he's had.The next step in the roller-coaster that is Ochocinco takes him to Montreal, where he'll be suiting up as the newest receiver for the Montreal Alouettes.IT'S OFFICIAL: @ochocinco puts...
Via Patriots Life
April 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson Signs With CFL’s Montreal Alouettes

Chad Johnson might need to change his last name to “Huitcinq” now that he’s playing north of the border. The wide receiver formerly known as Chad Ochocinco signed with the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes, according to the league’s official Twitter account. And here is @ochocinco signing with the Montreal Alouettes....Oh, Canada. http://t.co/SVS5uYgD6H— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter...
Via NESN.com
April 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Chad Johnson Getting it Done During Camp With Candian League Team

Chad Johnson (or Ochocinco; no doubt he'll answer to both) has been wanting to get back in football ever since the Miami Dolphins cut him during the 2012 preseason. Ever since leaving the Bengals he just hasn't looked good. So as a result no NFL team has wanted to touch him. That doesn't mean a Canadian team might not!Good ole Ocho has been working out with the Montreal...
Via FatManWriting
April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

The Miami Dolphins need to start over and fire everyone; It is like a soap opera in the 305

I am not going to get too involved with the Miami Dolphins this off-season until the literally fire someone.  The Dolphins team has been one of the biggest soap opera sitcom’s over the past season.  The team has been a joke since Chad OchoCinco beat up his girlfriend and was released.  After that point, the […]
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
January 05, 2014  |  Discuss
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