Old Habits Die Hard
Chad Johnson might not be in the NFL anymore but that isn’t going to stop him from being the OchoCinco we all love to watch. The former Bengals star now Montreal Alouettes (Canadian Football League) star caught his first CFL touchdown Friday night.
Johnson was able to haul in a 46-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Troy Smith, afterwards he celebrated by embracing side judge Jocelyn Paul in a hug, which wasn’t returned. Johnson then dropped to his knee and was greeted by his teammates.
This touchdown was also Johnson’s first regular season touchdown since December 18, 2011 when he caught a 33-yard pass from Tom Brady during his time with the New England Patriots.
Odds & Ends
ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary series will be taking a look at deceased Chiefs running back Joe Delaney.
In an attempt to salvage his public image troubled Colts’ owner Jim Irsay donated $100,000 to a program for at-risk youth.
Richard Sherman will always hate Michael Crabtree…no matter what. Sherman’s views on who he labels a selfish guy, “It’s much more of just I don’t like the dude.”
Wes Welker’s horse Undrafted finished fourth Saturday in the Group 1 July Cup at England’s Newmarket Racecourse.
One of the newest additions to the New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings decided to go back to his hometown of Lynchburg, Virginia to give back to his community and help out.
Browns Donte Whitner believes the team’s offense this season will rely heavily on the running game…so draft Ben Tate for your fantasy team.
Even though he was unable to participate in offseason work due to a slower than expect recovery from foot surgery, Patriots receiver Aaron Dobson is said to be progressing enough that he could be ready for training camp.
Vikings defensive end Spencer “Bam” Nealy will serve a four-game suspension following a violation of the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances. Nealy was mainly apart of the Vikings practice squad last season.
It looks like diamonds aren’t forever to Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown. Brown is pulling a LeBron and leaving the glitz and glamour of Jay Z’s Roc Nation to return home to former agent Drew Rosenhaus.
49ers right guard Alex Boone and tight end Vernon Davis want new deals. Boone is expected to holdout until he receives one, while Davis’s plans are up in the air.
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