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Upon his arrival, Ochocinco raised the bar to the highest of heights, telling reporters it would be "a [expletive] shame if we don't win the Super Bowl. ...We're going to do it, this is it."
Tuesday's acquisition of Owens has added excitement and hype to an already deep Cincinnati roster. The defending AFC North champs are expected to compete for the division crown once again. But Ochocinco believes the Bengals will take it much further now that his good friend Owens is in the fold.
Is this just more Ochocinco trash talking, or should Cincinnati be considered a legitimate title contender in the AFC?
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Day 1 of the Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens pairing got off to an interesting start Wednesday as Cincinnati Bengals players reported to training camp in Georgetown, Ky.