Former New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi is a current NFL analyst, and at times, displays a bit of harsh criticism toward current players. This is understandable. After all, he's paid to be an analyst. But why is Bruschi mad at Patriots wide receiver Chad Ochocinco for appreciating his quarterback Tom Brady?
What a long, strange trip it’s been this NFL offseason. It seems like only yesterday the news was filled with talk of a lockout and threats of a fall and winter without football. It’s now all in the past with nothing left to worry about but the fate of your favorite team
Patriots WR Chad Ochocinco was illegally hit by Bucs rookie LB Mason Foster in preseason action. NFL Commisioner Roger Goodell has fined Foster $20,000 for the hit, but Ochocinco disagrees. Despite being the victim of the illegal hit, Ochocinco tweeted that he will pay Foster's fine, and complimented Foster on the tackle.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer sold his home today, the latest hint that Palmer will never play for the Bengals again. He demanded a trade in March, and now his longtime teammate Chad Ochocinco has spoken on the matter. Speaking of Ochocinco, he may not play in a Bengal uniform again either.
We've been saying for the past five seasons that Marques Colston's quiet nature has unfairly kept him out of the pro bowl. It's time for that to change, and ESPN's NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas agrees.
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