Thursday, November 02, 2006

Chad Johnson Getting Fined....


The NFL is making it more and more obvious that they won't tolerate playful antics by their players. I would've never guessed that Chad...oops, Ocho Cinco would be fined for an "Ocho Cinco" velcro nameplate across the back of his jersey on Sunday. Reportedly, he's being fined $5,000 (it's believed that he will appeal). During Sunday's game against the Falcons, he came out with the nameplate and QB Carson Palmer ripped it off revealing his....real name. I thought it was funny, innovative, and entertaining. However, the National Football League, thought differently. Seems really strict, but they make the rules. I guess they're just trying to keep the game 100% football. All the other shit will cost money.

5 comments:

Hot Rod said...

I guess they will start fining players for smiling in the camera next. WTF are you serious NFL someone is acting like David Stern. Live a little bit they guys like to have fun and besides it's entertainment. A fake nametag that was taken off before the game started it harmless. It would have been different if he never took it off. Calm the f*** down.

Loren said...

The best part was when Carson Palmer ripped it off. I could only think of him doing that to my panties
::fanning self::

Loren said...

As tired as I am of his mouth, this fine seems uncalled for.

ADB251 said...

Yeah, this was very uncalled for. I could understand if the velcro namplate had something provocative or obscene.

Nikky said...

I don't know, IF there is some policy that indicates they can't tamper with the names on their uniform then I'm not really caring that he got fined. These foos get paid too d*mn much not to just go by the book. BUT, if there's not a stated rule on the issue, then the NFL need to go sit down somewhere. Silliness.

By the way, ya blog is the BIZNASS! ;)