Chad Johnson doles out terrible career advice, then signs deal with CFL team

Chad Johnson, now a member of the Canadian Football League.


No, it’s not Valentine’s Day. Or "National Try To Get Fired Day."

But former Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson’s tweets Thursday may leave you believing he is under the impression one of those is the case.

Johnson’s tweets apparently did not have an impact on the Montreal Alouettes, who announced they signed Johnson to a two-year deal.

This is what an "Ochocinco" jersey will look like in the French-Canadian province.

The tweets from Johnson are weird, especially considering Johnson basically landed himself in jail by angering the judge when he decided to slap his attorney on the butt during his domestic violence trial.

If you’ve ever taken a sexual harassment course at your workplace, Johnson’s "words of wisdom" sound a lot like cause for termination/lawsuit.

Johnson’s new bosses, head coach Tom Higgins and general manager Jim Popp, may want to keep a close eye on their newest addition judging by his advice, as he is surely very excited following the news.

Should Johnson’s return to football fail to work out, we do not expect a human relations position to be a fallback.