Chad Johnson Wants To Dance For The Tuna

It doesn’t get any clearer than this.  After playing in front of his hometown in the final week of the regular season, Bengal star WR Chad Johnson toned down his touchdown celebration antics in the game, perhaps because new Miami Dolphins VP of Football Operations Bill Parcells was watching.  It led to speculation that Johnson wants a trade to the Dolphins.  Well that speculation has officially ended, as Johnson has made his intentions completely known.

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  • Shed Dawg Mike

    I would love to have Chad in Miami.  I would have no problem giving up the 2nd we got from San Diego.  Chad is under 30 and would be had for Chris Chambers.  I don’t think any GM in the league would not take Chad over Chris. Ocho is a mouthpiece at times for sure, but not in the mold of TO or Moss.  He is not a trouble maker on the team and he always shows up to play.  We could use some attitude on our team.Some say he would not be happy in Miami once we start, or I should say, "continue" losing…but the fact is: He is from Miami and wants to be in Miami. This alone is more preferable than being somewhere you don’t want to be.  I say, if the price is right, bring number 85 to Miami.  Some where suggesting swapping our #1 for Bengals #11 (I think it’s 11) and Chad.  I wouldn’t even mind that because we would still get a potential high impact (almost top 10) and an "established" top 10 or higher reciever.  And for those who say who will throw him the ball?  Well, it all starts somewhere, so regardless of who is QB, Chad will make them better.  Just look at Boldin and Fitzgerald in Atlanta…they had McNown throwing to them and the both had 1000 yard seasons.Thoughts????????