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Chad Ochocinco Naked?

Fresh of the announcement of his participation in Dancing with the Stars, Chad Ochocino is back in the news.

Once again it has nothing to do with football.

We’ve come to expect the unexpected with Chad, but even this seems ridiculous.

The short video has Chad Ochocinco running in a park, only he is completely naked.

However, he is wearing some Reebok kicks and there’s speculation that it’s part of a viral marketing campaign for Reebok.


Wide Receivers Making Headlines

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Like a soap-opera, the wide receiver position constantly displays personality coupled with controversy. As the NFL season winds down and the playoff picture comes into focus, it’s the wide receivers who continue to present the most intriguing storylines.

Here’s a look around the league at some of the more fascinating aspects… including record-breaking performances, frustrating ailments and questions of effort… involving the leagues most attention-seeking position:

Oh, Randy

The Patriots Randy Moss made headlines during the week when he was sent home early by Coach Bill Belichick for being late to practice. The disciplinary move was intended to sharpen the Patriots focus as they attempted to keep ahead in their division.

While New England defeated the Panthers by a score of 20 to 10, Moss had arguably his worst game as a Patriot. The future Hall-of-Fame wide receiver finished with just one catch for 16 yards (which he then fumbled). He also was responsible for a dropped pass, a fourth-quarter false start penalty, and was booed by the home crowd.

More worrisome than his performance, however, were the comments after the game by members of the Carolina secondary suggesting Moss wasn’t giving it his all.

“He’d just give up a lot,” Panthers Cornerback Chris Gamble told the Boston Globe afterwards. “Slow down, he’s not going deep, not trying to run a route. You can tell (from) his body language.”

The idea that he would quit on his team is nothing new for Randy Moss. These kinds of accusations were responsible for ruining Moss’ reputation during his time in Minnesota and Oakland.

However, this is the first time these claims have been made since Moss joined New England in 2007. The idea that Moss would quit on his team the same week he was reprimanded by the Head Coach is a discomforting one for Pats fans, who have no interest in a locker room concern this close to the playoffs.

Overshadowed by the Moss controversy was the accomplishment of Wes Welker, who joined Marvin Harrison, Jerry Rice, and Herman Moore as the only receivers with at least three consecutive 100-catch seasons.

Action Jackson

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has had a knack for big plays this season. Sunday night, however, marked Jackson’s first game back from a concussion injury that kept the young wide-out home the previous week, and it was fair to wonder how effective he would be in his return.

The man ESPNs Matt Mosley referred to as “the most explosive player in the league” showed no ill-affects from the injury, scoring on a 72-yard punt return as well as a 60-yard reception. He finished the night with six catches for 178-yards.

“There’s no player like him in the league,” said Eagles tight-end Brent Celek. “There are some great receivers out there, but no one’s as quick and fast as him.”

Jackson’s performance tied an NFL record for most touchdowns from 50+ yards in a single season with eight. The second-year wide receiver now shares the record with Chicago Bears’ Devin Hester and Los Angeles Ram Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch.

“I feel like I’m kind of the big play, the go-to receiver at crucial moments,” Jackson said after the game. “(The Giants) were doing some single coverage a couple times and I was like, ‘There’s no way they can single coverage me.’ ”

In fact, Jackson was so open during his touchdown reception that he was able to backpedal the final ten yards into the end zone. With three games remaining and an injury to Jeremy Maclin that may sideline the Birds second receiving option for the remainder of the regular season, look for Jackson to get plenty of opportunities to claim this record as his own.

The “Other” Steve Smith

Lost in the Giants 45-38 defeat at home to the Eagles was Steve Smith, who broke the franchise record for most catches in a season with 85 receptions.

Smith topped long-time New York Giant Amani Toomer, who had 82 receptions in 2002. With the inconsistency of Hakeem Nicks and Mario Manningham, Smith gives Quarterback Eli Manning a consistent option for the future.

With three games remaining and the Giants still a playoff-hopeful, look for Smith to add to his already impressive reception total.

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Chad Ochocinco does the Lambeau Leap

Well, Ochocinco lived up his word and actually did the Lambeau Leap.  It was very planned out too.  He found three Bengals fans in the front row and went to them.  Good move and he also checked with the ref on the flag so he didn’t look like an idiot.