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Chad @OchoCinco Debuts Sports & Entertainment Blog OCNNREPORT.com

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, May 9th, 2012
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In his continued attempt to take over the Social Media world Chad OchoCinco has expanded his OCNN media network to now include a blog.

OCNNReport.com

A combo of entertainment and sports from the perspective of Ocho Cinco and his team. While most athletes struggle towards the end of their careers and are desperate to stay in the league, Ocho seems to be preparing himself nicely for a career after football.

The question will Ocho provide information that counters what we already get with mainstream media.  He could start a trend of athletes starting sites to control and respond to what Mainstream media thinks about them.

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  1. Renaude says:

    Dear Mr. Ochocinco:

    It was with a skeptical eye that I read your letter to the NFL Commish. However, it was the last line of the letter that caused me to see a bit deeper into your sould. That you would suggest giving your fine money to assist older former of your NFL brethren was almost right.

    After having been a Seattle Seahawks season ticket hold from day one, I finally made a decions in 1987 to relinquish my 4 tickets. The reason? Some punk 24 yearl old making roughly 8 million dollars a year was complaining publicly that he was not getting any respect from the fans. And I thought, well, kiss my everlovin’ sweet ass punk!!! You will make more in one year than most Americans will make in a lifetime. And in the 3-4 years that you say you will only be able to play, that number is astronomical by comparison! So, I concluded, I was contributing to your mega millions and not proud of it. Hence, goodbye tickets.

    Now, here is the real point of my rant. Those of you who are now making what some would consider obscene amounts of money for playing a game, ought to consider how that is at all possible. It is ONLY possible because many who came before you like Joe Perry, Norm Van Brocklin, Y. A. Tittle and thousands more, played basically for the love of the game. And most played for half of what some of your fines have been. They are the ones who now live in poverty with the effects of head trauma, dementia, Parkinson’s Disease. etc.

    So, here’s the deal Ocho. It’s time for the current crop of annointed kings of the gridiron to stop whinning and grow some balls. It’s time to become men in the real sense of the world instead of the fabricated phoniness of the fantacy worlds in which you live. It is time for you to be a real leader off the field and lead the movement for every player in the NFL to contribute to taking care of those upon whose backs you now stand in your exhalted glory to display your egos.

    Those former players did not have the luxury of sophisticated medical systems, jacked up equipment for safety, platooning of players, specialty teams etc. They simply went out on Sundays to play a game they loved and for which they recieved next to nothing in remuneration. It is time to comple the last sentence in your letter to the commish. Become a REAL leader and someone little kids can really look up too and support those men who are now old and medically in trouble. Do it or live in the shame that you are robbing them and stealing from them for your onwn selfish, self absorbed agrandisement.

    Just do it!!!

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