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August 14, 2012
Divas still in demand Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun Will Chad Johnson get another shot in the NFL? I hope not. The tired acts of Terrell Owens, Plaxico Burress and Johnson need to be shelved for good. After allegedly assaulting his wife, Johnson should worry more about staying out of jail than trying to get back onto the football field. Are NFL teams really hurting that badly for wide receivers that these divas keep getting chances? Maybe. Randy Moss got his third — or is it fourth?
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August 14, 2012
Divas still in demand Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun Will Chad Johnson get another shot in the NFL? I hope not. The tired acts of Terrell Owens, Plaxico Burress and Johnson need to be shelved for good. After allegedly assaulting his wife, Johnson should worry more about staying out of jail than trying to get back onto the football field. Are NFL teams really hurting that badly for wide receivers that these divas keep getting chances? Maybe. Randy Moss got his third — or is it fourth?
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NEWS
July 29, 2010
Trio well past prime Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune Signing Terrell Owens gives the Bengals a very good group of wide receivers. But best in the NFL? Maybe Owens, Chad Ochocinco and Antonio Bryant would have formed the best receiving corps two or three years ago, when each was really humming. But T.O. is 36 now, Ochocinco is 32 and Bryant was allowed to leave the Bucs because his knee was in bad shape, and there are indications it still might be a problem.
NEWS
July 29, 2010
Trio well past prime Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune Signing Terrell Owens gives the Bengals a very good group of wide receivers. But best in the NFL? Maybe Owens, Chad Ochocinco and Antonio Bryant would have formed the best receiving corps two or three years ago, when each was really humming. But T.O. is 36 now, Ochocinco is 32 and Bryant was allowed to leave the Bucs because his knee was in bad shape, and there are indications it still might be a problem.
SPORTS
November 2, 2006
YESTERDAY Bengals receiver Chad Johnson promised to top his past celebrations against the Ravens if he scores Sunday. "I have something special, special, special for the city of Baltimore. Hopefully, I can get in the end zone so I can show you all what I've got in store." BEFORE RAVENS-BENGALS ON NOV. 6, 2005 "No one has broken up a pass or stopped any passes that have come my way. Therefore, no one has gotten that `Yes' check for stopping me. But it's fairly easy. All you have to do is stop me one time, and no one has done that."
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | September 8, 2007
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson has been seeking counsel from Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis for six years, to the point where the perennial All-Pros say they pray together on the telephone before most games. Lewis and the Ravens are now praying for silence on the part of one of the NFL's most fun-loving and heavily fined loudmouths. If Lewis and his teammates on last season's top-rated defense can shut down Johnson when the Ravens and Bengals meet in Monday night's 2007 opener in Cincinnati, they also should be able to shut him up. And shut him out of the end zone.
SPORTS
January 17, 2006
Good morning --Steve Smith-- You were already the top receiver, and with Chad Johnson gone, you're the most creative celebrator left in the playoffs.
SPORTS
November 3, 2006
Good morning --Chad Johnson-- As the saying goes, don't let your mouth write a check your body can't cash.
SPORTS
November 10, 2003
The number 69 Consecutive games with a sack by the Bucs, an NFL record. The quote "It should be the game of the week, the undefeated team against the new-era Bengals." Chad Johnson, Bengals wide receiver, on facing the 9-0 Chiefs next week
SPORTS
October 24, 2005
"Chad and I have become good friends. He said he had one [dance] for us if he ever got in. I said, `Why not try?' I didn't know how to do it. You could see I was a bad Riverdancer." Hines Ward, Steelers receiver, on his touchdown celebration in the style of Bengals receiver Chad Johnson
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | September 8, 2007
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson has been seeking counsel from Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis for six years, to the point where the perennial All-Pros say they pray together on the telephone before most games. Lewis and the Ravens are now praying for silence on the part of one of the NFL's most fun-loving and heavily fined loudmouths. If Lewis and his teammates on last season's top-rated defense can shut down Johnson when the Ravens and Bengals meet in Monday night's 2007 opener in Cincinnati, they also should be able to shut him up. And shut him out of the end zone.
SPORTS
November 2, 2006
YESTERDAY Bengals receiver Chad Johnson promised to top his past celebrations against the Ravens if he scores Sunday. "I have something special, special, special for the city of Baltimore. Hopefully, I can get in the end zone so I can show you all what I've got in store." BEFORE RAVENS-BENGALS ON NOV. 6, 2005 "No one has broken up a pass or stopped any passes that have come my way. Therefore, no one has gotten that `Yes' check for stopping me. But it's fairly easy. All you have to do is stop me one time, and no one has done that."
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun Reporter | November 5, 2006
Before Chad Johnson uttered an inflammatory word, the Ravens' defense already had a steely look of determination. Today's pivotal AFC North showdown with the Cincinnati Bengals represents an opportunity for the Ravens' secondary to restore its confidence and reputation for this season and beyond. Bengals@Ravens Today, 1 p.m., Ch. 13, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Ravens by 3
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun reporter | November 2, 2006
Sunday's pivotal AFC North showdown between the Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals got more personal yesterday, courtesy of Chad Johnson. The Bengals' flamboyant receiver said he has added linebacker Ray Lewis to his pre-game list, which is usually reserved for cornerbacks that he's going against that week. Bengals@Ravens Sunday, 1 p.m., Ch. 13, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Ravens by 3
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