The receiver formerly known as Ochocinco spoke with the Miami media on Wednesday, and among the many topics covered was the question of why exactly things didn’t work out in New England.
“I don’t know,” Johnson said, as transcribed by The Palm Beach Post. “It doesn’t matter. Fins up. [Expletive], it doesn’t matter.”
While Johnson is certainly not alone in his befuddlement, he said he has no regrets with his time in New England.
“No man, I learned so many things,” he told reporters. “That’s one of the greatest coaches ever in the game [Bill Belichick]. Learned a lot of things: discipline, learned to shut the [expletive] up for a year "
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