Former Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Johnson - aka Ochocinco - tweeted Wednesday night to suggest that he's trying to encourage free-agent receiver Kenny Golladay to come to the Queen City.
The MMQB's Albert Breer and ESPN's Dianna Russini reported earlier via Twitter that the Bengals have made an offer to Golladay, who has played his first four National Football League seasons with the Detroit Lions and also is expected - per multiple reports - to visit the New York Giants.
Ochocinco also promised free-agent offensive tackle Riley Reiff - who reportedly is expected to visit the Bengals - a meal at McDonald's "when the ink dries."
And Chad was among those to offer social media reactions earlier after A.J. Green's one-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals signaled an end to his 10-year stint with the Bengals.
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow joked earlier this month that he "can't eat McDonald's every day" after Chad proposed a meal-prep plan to prevent injuries.
Golladay played in just five games last season - finishing with 20 catches for 338 yards with two touchdowns - after posting 65 catches, 1,190 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns as a Pro Bowler in 2019.
A hip injury ended Golladay's 2020 season prematurely.
He was in Detroit with current Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan in 2017 when Callahan was the Lions' quarterbacks coach and Golladay was a rookie.
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