Turns out we weren’t the only ones perplexed by the heat Chad Ochocinco took from Tedy Bruschi and other ex-Patriots last week.
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It’s been quite a week for Chad Ochocinco. Perhaps it will serve as a reminder never to compliment a teammate via social media again. We’re not betting on that, though.
Time to put a bookend on the Chad Ochocinco–Tedy Bruschi fracas.
Now that we’re all up to speed, two current veteran players — Justin Tuck of the Giants and Jeff Saturday of the Colts — joined the Chad Ochocinco discussion Thursday on “NFL Total Access.”
Chad Ochocinco predictably was swarmed by reporters Thursday — but atypically had nothing to say — after his tweet about the Patriots’ aerial show against the Dolphins ignited a firestorm.
The way things are unfolding, it seems as if former Patriots of the world are uniting against the evil, destructive force that is Chad Ochocinco.
Posted: Wednesday, September 14th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Bill Belichick, Brian Urlacher, Chad Ochocinco, Eric Mangini, Justin Tuck, Matt Ryan, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Rex Grossman, St. Louis Rams, Steven Jackson, Tedy Bruschi
When this season started, Falcons signal caller Matt Ryan was one of the NFL’s glamour boys, while Redskins QB Rex Grossman was mostly the butt of jokes. How quickly things can change. Tune into NFL Network’s “Around the League” Wednesday at 5:15 p.m. ET to hear from Grossman live, then catch Ryan on “NFL Total Access” tonight at 7 p.m. ET.
An NFL contingent, along with a group from the Wounded Warrior Project, reached Uhuru Peak, the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, on Wednesday. Former Titans coach Jeff Fisher and former players Tedy Bruschi and Chad Lewis began the climb — intended to raise awareness for Wounded Warrior Project (WWP), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors — on May 13.
Before they embark on a trip to Africa to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, former Titans coach Jeff Fisher and retired players Chad Lewis and Tedy Bruschi stopped by the NFL offices in New York Tuesday to meet with commissioner Roger Goodell.
Tuesday might be just another day for you, but it should be quite eventful for former Titans coach
Jeff Fisher and retired players Tedy Bruschi and Chad Lewis.
Panthers LB Jon Beason said he’s sorry about his comments concerning Terrell Owens, in which he objected to the receiver’s possible presence in Carolina.
Posted: Tuesday, March 30th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, Donovan McNabb, Eric Berry, Joey Porter, Kurt Warner, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Roy Williams, Super Bowl XXXIX, Tedy Bruschi, Washington Redskins
Donovan McNabb might have choked in Super Bowl XXXIX. But did he really puke, as the story has been told? Hold on for just a second.
Posted: Wednesday, March 10th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Bruce Gradkowski, Clark Haggans, Dallas Cowboys, Darren Urban, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jeff Garcia, Joey Porter, Larry Foote, Martellus Bennett, Mike Vrabel, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, Rodney Harrison, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tedy Bruschi, Tim Tebow, Vince Wilfork
Patriots DT Vince Wilfork is ready to take on the leadership torch passed to him from Tedy Bruschi, Mike Vrabel, Rodney Harrison. Wilfork met with reporters on Wednesday and talked about what he expected from his Patriots teammates this season.
Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi will announce his retirement Monday morning, a league source confirmed to NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora.
Free-agent LB Paris Lenon has agreed to undisclosed terms with the Patriots, his agent told Mike Reiss of the Boston Globe.