Wide receiver Chad Ochocinco and Albert Haynesworth are the newest editions to the New England Patriots.
Ochocinco’s three-year contract will be an attempt at filling the Randy Moss type roll. He has had seven 1,000-yard receiving seasons in his 10-year career. This type of deep target is needed considering last season the team was led by Wes Welker with 848 yards.
The Cincinatti Bengals’ trade of Ochocinco and his $6.35 million contract for two draft picks is an ideal move for the team says blogger James Walker. Icons like Bill Belichick and Tom Brady will motivate Ochocinco and bring out this jesters best side. Chad Ochocinco has received $50,000 in fines from the NFL.
We still don’t know the draft choice the Patriots gave up for Chad Ochocinco. ESPN NFL Insider John Clayton says the Pats are not done with their big moves as they have yet to find a passing rush linebacker to support the linebacking core.
Now for the big question: If current #85, Aaron Hernandez, does not give up his number will Chad change his name back to Chad Johnson?