Friday, November 12, 2010
In The Spotlight
Chad Ochocinco began blurring the line between sports and entertainment in 2001 when he performed his first of many over-the-top touchdown celebrations. His flamboyant routines have since gone on to generate millions of hits on YouTube and thousands of dollars in fines from the NFL. "(Commissioner Paul) Tagliabue and most of the suits in this league are all old-school, and I really don't think they're for the end-zone celebrations," Ochocinco admits. "But I know in the back of their minds they are laughing. They can't wait to see what No. 85 is going to do next. Even though it's something they don't like, I guarantee they think what I'm doing is entertaining.” Learn more about this primetime performer by clicking here.