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Minutemen Keep Rifle Away From Ochocinco

Chad Ochocinco was not amongst those firing muskets Sunday. (patsblog.projo.com)

After tasting defeat Sunday, Chad Ochocinco shook hands with each of the Patriots’ minutemen. Despite scoring a touchdown, after which Ochocinco said he would fire one of their rifles, he did not do so, keeping discretion as the better part of valor.

“I was just saying hello to them. We talked about the thing with the musket and all that. But just letting them know — no disrespect in any way. And just saying hello to them at the end, that’s all.”


Ochocinco was just having fun, as usual, in the No Fun League. It’s probably a good thing, for legal reasons, that he did’t fire the gun, ad instead let the minutemen know he was just messing around.

Though mum was the word when Ochocinco was asked about the Bengal’s 1st half struggles. I’m sure he just did’t want to think about the ugliness of it all.

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