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Patriots Fans, Want to be Chad Ochocinco’s Roommate?

Chad Ochocinco playing Xbox (Image from ESPN.com)

If you have always wondered what it would be like to live with a professional athlete, now here’s your chance.

“I’m going to do something different — I’m actually going to stay with a fan, probably the first two or three weeks of the season,” Ochocinco said. “So that should be fun until I get myself acclimated, I learn my way around and actually just find a place.”

That’s right: Ochocinco plans on rooming with a fan for the first few weeks of the season. He’s just looking for two things in potential roommates:

“They have to have Internet, and they have to have Xbox, and that’s about it,” Ochocinco said.

As you may know if you follow Ochocinco on Twitter, the wide receiver plays a good amount of Xbox, whether it be Madden, Fifa, or other sports games. So, if you can put up with some late nights playing Xbox (or watching Ocho play), then he may be the roommate for you.

Seriously though, would you live with him? Could you deal with the swarm of media as soon as he moves in? What would you charge him for rent…or would you charge him at all?

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