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11-11-2009, 08:27 PM
Bengals coach Lewis won’t let Chad Ochocinco send condiments to Steelers
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Buzz up! 0 PrintCINCINNATI, Ohio - Bengals coach Marvin Lewis has put the kibosh on the condiments.

Receiver Chad Ochocinco(notes) tweeted this week that he was going to send mustard to the Pittsburgh Steelers before their game Sunday at Heinz Field, a way of whipping up interest in the AFC North showdown.

On Wednesday, the receiver backed down. No mustard will be headed up the Ohio River.

"Unfortunately, I wasn't able to send anything this week, thanks to Marvin Lewis," Ochocinco said. "That's the way to spoil the fun, boss man. I guess I have to talk trash to motivate myself this week."

One of Ochocinco's most publicized stunts was in 2004, when he sent Pepto-Bismol to some of the Cleveland Browns' defensive backs before a game, warning them they would need the stomach medicine when they got done trying to cover him. Lewis didn't like it. The Browns won 34-17.

The flamboyant receiver had been on good behaviour this season while the Bengals (6-2) moved into a first-place tie with the Steelers (6-2). He kept the trash talk to a minimum and didn't do anything that could incite an opponent.

Most of his free time was spent communicating with fans through Twitter, his iPhone application and his Ustream shows. He did nothing out of the ordinary leading up to games - until last week.

Ochocinco sent deodorant to some of the Ravens, who came to Cincinnati and lost 17-7 on Sunday. He planned to make another shipment this week to Heinz Field that played off the condiment theme.

"I got a nice present for the Steelers-sending them some mustard since they'll never ketchup when we play Sunday," he tweeted earlier this week.

The Steelers were looking forward to it.

"He'd better send us something," safety Ryan Clark(notes) said Wednesday in Pittsburgh. "He sent something to the Ravens, so that shows he respects them. So he'd better send something to us.

"I hope he does because I've got three kids to feed. That's one less trip to the grocery store I need to make."

Instead, Ochocinco had to limit himself to putting up a laminated sign in his locker on Wednesday that proclaimed him "still the most uncoverable receiver in the league."

Just no condiments.


AP Sports Writer Alan Robinson in Pittsburgh contributed to this report.


You have got to love Ryan Clark!! That is funny. Maybe we can get a Steeler to walk up to Muchostinko and give him a big bottle of Hines Ketchup after we beat them?

11-12-2009, 01:32 PM
His mouth is the most uncovered, smelly pile of sh-it in the league. His coach won't let him send anything to the Steelers cause he don't want to see his supposedly star reciever get knocked the f-ck out come sunday. It will happen anyway. And when it does, time to call the janitor.

11-12-2009, 01:35 PM
The guy is an irrelevant clown. He'll be homeless wandering the streets within 10 years of his retirement. Wished he had sent the mustard though, extra motivation for the Steelers.

11-12-2009, 02:50 PM
Hahaha how can somebody talk so much sh*t when he gets knocked the fu*k out on our field? If anything we should send him a strecher

11-12-2009, 04:38 PM
I hope Ryan Clark knocks the sh*& outta of that @$$ hole!

11-12-2009, 06:17 PM
Ryan Clarks' reply to Chad:

if we get some we’ll accept it, everybody likes gifts, you can never have too much deodorant. You know I’ll use it, I like Chad, just remember he plays receiver and receivers get caught in bad situations

Link (http://cincinnati.com/blogs/bengals/2009/11/10/let-the-talking-begin/)

11-12-2009, 09:11 PM

11-15-2009, 06:06 AM
To me, Chad has a way of doin/sayin things that aren't hard to take like it is with some other people (such as TJ). Chad just seems to like to have fun, and it all seems good natured. Even our guys don't seem offended by him (like they are with some other jerks). He does some over the top things, but they're never truly mean-spirited--IMO.