Chad Ochocinco Forbidden To Send Gifts To Steelers Secondary

Nick SignorelliSenior Writer INovember 12, 2009

Steeler Nation, don't get me wrong, but I find Chad Ochocinco absolutely hilarious! Known for his theatrics as much as for his play on the field any more, Ochocinco is at it again.

Last week, Ocho sent the Baltimore Ravens deodorant, because they "would work up a sweat trying to cover him". Turns out, he was right!  Ocho didn't exactly light up the Ravens, catching five passes for 66 yards.

This week, via his Twitter account, Ocho said he has something to send the Steelers secondary.

"I got a nice present for the Steelers---sending them some mustard since they'll never ketchup when we play Sunday,"

Most people would say this is bulletin board material. This would certainly fire the Steelers up, right?

"He'd better send us something," safety Ryan Clark said Wednesday in Pittsburgh. "He sent something to the Ravens, so that shows he respects them. So he'd better send something to us.

Sorry about your luck Ryan, no mustard is going to be sent this week. Marvin Lewis has put an end to Ochos actions, forbidding him to.

"Unfortunately, I wasn't able to send anything this week, thanks to Marvin Lewis," Ochocinco said. "That's the way to spoil the fun, boss man. I guess I have to talk trash to motivate myself this week."

Come Sunday, Ocho better be motivated. Playing for sole position of first place in the AFC North, Ocho is going to have to have his best game of the year is Cincinnati is going to come out on top.

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