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Cris Carter: “I am Sick of Chad OchoCinco, But Carson Palmer Got Raw Deal”

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, April 28th, 2011
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Read the quotes from ESPN Cris Carter about Bengals Chad OchoCinco and Carson Palmer.

“I’m sick of Chad, I’m sick of hearing from him, I’m sick of hearing what he’s going to do,” Carter said. “”Chad, he’s definitely going to end up on someone else’s team if I’m calling the shots.”

“Chad, call me,” Carter said. “I know a few things about wide receiver. I played a few years in the league, caught a few balls. Google me.”

“I’m definitely making a deal getting them both out of town,” Carter said. “Carson, who’s probably been the marquee as far as image, what to say, doing all the right stuff, he’s gotten a bad deal being stuck in Cincinnati. So I try to help a player out like this, I ship him somewhere where he would like to be.”

If I Google Cris Carter besides catching a few balls, I also see recovering cocaine user and alcoholic.  I also see a player who talked as much trash as any wide receiver in the history of the game, blew up at coaches and teammates on the sidelines and celebrated after every 3rd and 8 he converted.

Carter feels sorry for Carson Palmer?  What exactly for?  Because he has been paid as a franchise quarterback, but played as a middle of the road quarterback.  Is it ok for Palmer who has four more years on his contract to be rewarded for quitting on his franchise to be sent somewhere “he would like to be”.

What exactly has OchoCinco done?  Did Carter panties get in a bunch because Chad jokingly tweets his girlfriend to go talk to Rex Ryan.

It appears to me that Carter has Tom Jackson Syndrome, whereas Jackson is stuck in the 80’s with his mindset, Carter is stuck in the 90’s.

Carter is the same person who suggested that the Cowboys put a bullet in Terrell Owens’ head, so maybe I shouldn’t be surprised.

I think Carter should be in the NFL Hall of Fame, but when it comes to his opinion on this, he might as well be Ryan Leaf.

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