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Well, he's tried pro football, pro soccer and now Cincinnati Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco is trying bull riding. He has been challenged by Professional Bull Riders chief operating officer Sean Gleason to saddle up this weekend at the LucasOil Invitational in Duluth. He'll get $10,000 if he rides and can win a new Ford F-150 if he hangs on for the 8 seconds. And of course, he gets to rename the bull whatever he chooses, which is the true gold of this whole stunt.
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Quidam65155 months
Given the uncertainty of the lockout status, and the dangers involved in bull riding, could the Bengals do anything (such as enforce a clause prohibiting risky activities, if his contract has one) to stop him from participating?
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KosmoCramer155 months
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could the Bengals do anything (such as enforce a clause prohibiting risky activities, if his contract has one) to stop him from participating?


There are no contracts, there is no NFL.
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mylsuhat155 months
He is way too tall to stay 8 seconds on a good bull.... not gonna happen
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KosmoCramer155 months
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He is way too tall to stay 8 seconds on a good bull.... not gonna happen


Plus the fact he's never done it before, that could hamper his ability to stay on :lol:
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Larry Leo155 months
Pretty sure whatever he names the bull will be the name of all my fantasy teams immediately.
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gatordmb89155 months
I highly doubt he makes it. Is this going to be televised?
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cleetus155 months
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to saddle up


wouldn't "cowboy up" have been a better term, or they really going to put a saddle on one of dem mean ole bulls.
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KosmoCramer155 months
Good for Chad Johnson(he changed his name back). He's just having some wholesome fun, and is enjoying himself.
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