Throughout the course of this offseason, the Miami Dolphins drafted a quarterback with the eighth overall draft pick, signed a former Pro Bowl QB and re-signed one of the league's most dominant nose tackles.
Yet, no move generated a bigger media firestorm than the signing of Chad Ochocinco, an aging wideout who caught just 15 passes last season.
Ochocinco believes he's got something left in the tank. This is a low-risk, high-reward move for the Dolphins, but Ochocinco's career is at stake now, and he's never had more to prove.
So, what can we realistically expect from the artist formerly known as Chad Johnson in 2012?