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The Miami Dolphins released Chad Johnson on Sunday night, one day after he was arrested and charged with domestic battery. The 34-year-old wide receiver is coming off his worst NFL season since entering the league in 2001. Does Johnson have anything left in the tank to give to a team?
Will he contribute?
At age 34 and in his 12th NFL season, how much would Chad Johnson be able to help a team?
On Thurday, "First Take" debated which new wide receiver will have the biggest impact on his new team. Randy Moss, Terrell Owens and Chad Johnson have either struggled of late or been out of football entirely, but they're all looking to recapture their talent this season. Christian Fauria thinks Moss will make the 49ers real contenders, but Skip Bayless isn't so sure -- he has Chad Johnson as his sleeper pick. What's your take?
On Monday, "First Take" debated Chad Ochocinco possibly signing with the Dolphins. Miami is working out Ochocinco right now for the receiver-starved Dolphins, and Skip Bayless thinks it's a good idea, as Ochocinco will be returning to his hometown. Stephen A. Smith didn't like the fit at first, but given that Ocho will be back in the limelight, it'll probably help his game. What's your take?