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Who wants Chad Johnson alongside of Smitty?

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Cause he just got released!

I say bring him to Carolina baby! It's not like we have a log jam at proven WRs.

Flame on!

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Yeah, JR is itching to employ a loud mouth with a domestic dispute charge

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Why does this turn me on? Lol

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Gifs would distract me from watching George Micheal perform at the Olympic Closing ceremony....silly Shark Week!

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