Roundup: Ochocinco’s Twitter trash talk with Bears

Ever the fan of expression through his favorite social networking site, Bengals WR Chad Ochocino was at it again on Twitter, instigating an exchange of trash-talking tweets with Bears QB Jay Cutler and DE Alex Brown ahead of Sunday’s matchup vs. Chicago.

Umm, the game is still five days away, Chad.

Nevertheless, in true Ochocinco fashion, he began stirring the pot early, and Cutler and Brown took the bait.

Here’s a sampling of the exchange, courtesy of the Chicago Sun-Times:

“Yesterday, Ochocinco started in on Cutler [exchanges sic'd]:

@jaycutler6 tell your defense I’m gonna run circles around them, I’m mad we lost, peanut Tillman is gonna kiss da baby along with the rest’

To which Cutler responded:

@OGOchoCinco it’s only Monday. Already starting?

The exchange with Cutler continued:

@JayCutler6 Jay I have to get a jump on yall, on a serious note tell Lovie to put Tillman on me all game with safety help, please!!!!”

This ought to make for a fun week. You can read the rest of the exchange by clicking here.

Other stories around the web on Tuesday:

  • 49ers rookie WR Michael Crabtree, who made up for lost time during the bye week, looks like he could start in his debut Sunday against the Texans.
  • Columnist Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News says this Sunday’s game against the Falcons will be the key to predicting the future of the Cowboys’ season.
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