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Chad Johnson

Biography

NFL wide recipient formerly referred to as Chad Ochocinco. He was a 6-period Pro Dish selection and 3-period All-Pro during his ten periods using the Cincinnati Bengals. After participating in Langston School and Santa Monica University, he used in Oregon Condition, where he led the group towards the 2000 Fiesta Dish. He participated within a tryout for Having Kansas City from the MLS through the 2011 NFL lockout. He competed in the 10th period of Dance with the Superstars. He was previously married to truth superstar Evelyn Lozada. He provides three daughters called Jicyra, Chade, and Cha’iel along with a kid called Chad II. He was teammates with Carson Palmer in the Cincinnati Bengals.

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Full Name Chad Johnson
Salary 1.7 million USD, 1.7 million USD
Date Of Birth August 11, 1987
Place Of Birth Tulsa, OK
Height 1.85 m, 1.85 m
Weight 87 kg, 87 kg
Profession Reality Star
Education Santa Monica College, Miami Beach Senior High School, Langston University, Oregon State University, Santa Monica College, Miami Beach Senior High School, Langston University, Oregon State University
Nationality American, American
Spouse Evelyn Lozada, Evelyn Lozada
Children Jicyra Johnson, Chad Johnson II, Chade Johnson, Cha'iel Johnson, Jicyra Johnson, Chad Johnson II, Chade Johnson, Cha'iel Johnson
Parents Paula Johnson, Sam Brown, Paula Johnson, Sam Brown
Siblings Syleena Johnson, Chinita, Sam Brown Jr., Syleena Johnson, Chinita, Sam Brown Jr.
Movies Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
TV Shows Famously Single, Famously Single
Star Sign Leo

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