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    Ochocinco?



    Pats released him after failing to find a trade partner.

    Any interest in kicking the tires on that one? You know the ravens love to jump on those past their prime roster casualty WR's at the last minute.




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    Re: Ochocinco?

    Gotta love the offseason. Every team's trash gets a good look from every organization (well not really). We've got a Kampman thread and now one for Chad Johnson.




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    Pass rush and WR are the two biggest areas of need for the ravens right now. The roster aint set yet and history says they make a late vet aquisition or two. What else is there to talk about...cam cameron?




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    Quote Originally Posted by ballhawk View Post
    Pats released him after failing to find a trade partner.

    Any interest in kicking the tires on that one? You know the ravens love to jump on those past their prime roster casualty WR's at the last minute.
    He is officially in the TO group now, unless some team picks him up,




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    Quote Originally Posted by lovefootball View Post
    He is officially in the TO group now, unless some team picks him up,
    The problem with Johnson is he obviously had problems learning a new offense. TO atleast has translated well no matter where he ended up. whether he has something left to give is another question.
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    Tom Brady couldn't even make Chad look like he still belongs in the NFL. I think he's done.
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    Re: Ochocinco?

    I almost started this thread last night with this added:




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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Tom Brady couldn't even make Chad look like he still belongs in the NFL. I think he's done.
    The Ravens playbook is a whole hell of a lot easier then the Pats.

    I'd def take a look.

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    Re: Ochocinco?

    No thanks.

    Maybe the Raiders will sign him and pick TJ back up.

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    Re: Ochocinco?

    Quote Originally Posted by ballhawk View Post
    Pass rush and WR are the two biggest areas of need for the ravens right now. The roster aint set yet and history says they make a late vet aquisition or two. What else is there to talk about...cam cameron?
    Exactly. That's why these threads pop up for EVERY player that is cut during the offseason and not the season.




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    Re: Ochocinco?

    Quote Originally Posted by bmorebirds_24 View Post
    The Ravens playbook is a whole hell of a lot easier then the Pats.

    I'd def take a look.

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    The Pats offense isn't that difficult. Randy Moss and Wes Welker were dominant during their 1st year with the Patriots. Somehow others have been able to figure it out. It's not the playbook. It's the player.
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