Ochocinco campaigns to be NFL general manager, may follow President Trump’s social media methods

Chad Johnson of the Bengals catches a pass for a touchdown against Rashean Mathis of the Jaguars at Paul Brown Stadium on November 2, 2008.

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Chad Johnson of the Bengals catches a pass for a touchdown against Rashean Mathis of the Jaguars at Paul Brown Stadium on November 2, 2008.

The NFL’s Panthers fired general manager Dave Gettleman Monday afternoon, and at least two former Carolina players reacted on Twitter while former Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson seized the news as an opportunity to go job hunting. Sort of. Maybe.

😂 https://t.co/cg1QSojH7q #Bengals— Bengals Brothers (@BengalsBrothers) July 17, 2017

Gettleman looks to have ruffled a few feathers with players, but Panthers safety and former Northmont High and Ohio State star Kurt Coleman appeared to keep his thoughts on the matter private. Coleman (@k4coleman) stayed above the fray Monday, when the Panthers re-Tweeted this sublime gem about him:

💪💪💪https://t.co/dJD9u3IPZA— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) July 17, 2017

Chad's also cool with almost everybody. Every once in a while, he'll cause a disturbance because, well, you know Ocho! He keeps it real @ochocinco. (Be aware profanity is possible.) Like it says on his Twitter page, he is, "Famous for grammatical corrections, football, fashion & FIFA. Solving world problems with love for EVERYBODY. Cohost on @nacionespn2."

Don’t you miss Ochocinco?

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