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I hope he does go there. They can start the implossion caused by this clown as early as possible if I had anything to do with it.

Oh how soon we forget...

This is exactly what everyone said when Randy Moss went there... And it's only by some un-repeatable miracle catch and an untimely injury that they didn't officially become the greatest team of all time for it...

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The Patriots are really not afraid to make moves. I guess that's why they have Brady has 3 Superbowl rings and Manning only has one. smdh

I guess you are right,I know Jim Irsay said that We only sign our own free agents,but I think is time to do something about it,the year that the Colts won the big one ,it was against the worst QB ever to get to the big game,I Know We're been in the playoffs for 9 years but only one ring,it should be different,We have the best QB ever,but the owner does not fix the D,or OL.common lets do some thing about it.

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I was just thinking and digesting this trade. Does anyone besides me see this as a possible way to get Carson Palmer to change his mind and play this year for the Bengals? He said after last season that he wouldn't be back if Chad and T.O. were still on the team. Your thoughts?

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They traded him for a 6th and 7th round pick.

seriously? how the heck do the pats keep pulling this off? who is negotiating with the pats a bunch of high school drop outs

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This could be a great signing for the Pats. Ocho has tons of talent and will be motivated to play with a QB like Brady, a coach like Belichick and a contender like the Pats.

TBH I wouldn't be at all surprised to see him lead the league in receiving the way Moss did his first year there... :rolleyes2:

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seriously? how the heck do the pats keep pulling this off? who is negotiating with the pats a bunch of high school drop outs

well u don't steal lunch money from the toughest kid in school..u steal it from the weakest

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Oh how soon we forget...

This is exactly what everyone said when Randy Moss went there... And it's only by some un-repeatable miracle catch and an untimely injury that they didn't officially become the greatest team of all time for it...

First off Chad is no Randy Moss of a few seasons ago. Secondly, Moss never had tv camera's following him around like he is a celebrity dancer lol. Chad will call out anyone on the team and thinks he is above the team. He has been told many times to cut out his anticks by the Bengals and he just didnt care. Randy never looked for media attention. He just go mouthy a few times when we wasnt getting the ball thrown his way. Cant blame him to much, the man knew he was one of the greatest WR's of all time.

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I was just thinking and digesting this trade. Does anyone besides me see this as a possible way to get Carson Palmer to change his mind and play this year for the Bengals? He said after last season that he wouldn't be back if Chad and T.O. were still on the team. Your thoughts?

I am pretty sure Palmers days in Cincy are over. Its too bad. He had a ton of tallent. He got ate up by one of the most undisiplined teams I have seen in a long time. He got tired of the coach not putting an end to it. He was always getting called out by his so called buddy Chad Ochocinco. But if we rember right, I believe Chad lead the league in dropped passes a few times, and so did TO for sure.

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First off Chad is no Randy Moss of a few seasons ago. Secondly, Moss never had tv camera's following him around like he is a celebrity dancer lol. Chad will call out anyone on the team and thinks he is above the team. He has been told many times to cut out his anticks by the Bengals and he just didnt care. Randy never looked for media attention. He just go mouthy a few times when we wasnt getting the ball thrown his way. Cant blame him to much, the man knew he was one of the greatest WR's of all time.

Ochocinco is definitely an attention hog, but by no accounts has he ever been a problem in the Bengals' locker room. If you have any actual facts to back up what you said, please share them. If I'm wrong I'll say I was wrong.

He's a very animated guy but has never been in legitimate trouble (arrests, etc). Class clown type, but generally pretty harmless.

And Moss never said a word about not getting the ball thrown his way while he was in NE. That's just flat-out inaccurate. His public griping was about not getting an extension or a new deal. Had absolutely zero to do with getting enough passes thrown at him.

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Nobody lets NE get away with anything. BB has good relationships with nearly every coach around the league, and has a track record of taking on troubled cases. He gives away low draft picks and reworks contracts to be flexible enough that NE can get rid of any trouble before it begins without losing too much. Plus, what veteran player wouldn't want to play in NE? It's simply the Pats being the Pats.

I agree with watching out for 85 now that he's with Brady....1100 yards and 12-15 TDs this year, I fear.

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Something just tells me that once NE is done with Ocho they'll ship him off for like a 3rd or a 4th...

It's like giving a ham sandwich in exchange and then once you're done with him you send him out and get a sub in return...

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I saw an on field interview with him. Basically he said while I'm still myself I'll be doing it the patriot way and turn the antics down a notch. He ended I won't be seeing you guys (media) much from here on. wow. A subdued Chad?

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Listen to Tom Brady's reaction tothis news. He played politics to the max. I am certain he is not happy with this but as great players do great things. NE is not a home for glory seekers and Ocho says he is going to get in line. Time will tell.

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New England owner Robert Kraft is doing the best he can, but is clearly suffering as he deals with the loss of his wife Myra, who died July 20 after a long battle with cancer.

Sitting in an otherwise empty cafeteria hall beneath Gillette Stadium, the 70-year-old Kraft tears up at one point as he recounted their first date when he was 20 and she was 19.

That is so sad. My heart goes out to him.

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