CHAD: I Can't Be Stopped
By Paul Daugherty
About The Book:
What’s so great about Chad Johnson, #85, of the Cincinnati Bengals? Just five years into his career and he is already becoming a household name.
Chad: I Can’t Be Stopped is the first book about the energetic wide receiver whose zany endzone celebrations have landed him over $100,000 in fines and into the hearts of football fans nationwide.
Chad is known for his flamboyant playing style and trash talking. But that’s the man on camera. Who is he or rather how is he when the camera’s put away?
He’s a practical jokester who mailed Pepto Bismol to various Cleveland Brown’s players before the big game. He also wandered the halls of his high school only to be found helping painters paint his school building.
Being raised fatherless left room for several different men and two very special women to shape this hyperactive class clown into the wide receiver that “no-one can cover.”
- Find out what really happened in the locker room at halftime during the 2005 playoff game.
- Who does he call at 3 a.m. when he can’t sleep?
- The most important woman in his lifewhere does she live?
- Who’s credited for saving his football life?
About The Author:
A native of Washington D.C., Paul Daugherty is one of the best sports columnists in the country. While working for newspapers in Cincinnati, New York, Dallas, Baltimore, and Norfolk, Virginia, Daugherty has covered almost every major sports event in America.
A journalism graduate of Washington & Lee University, Daugherty has won numerous awards for his writing abilities. He has been voted as one of the top five sports columnist in the country four times, and in 2004 he was ranked the second best sports writer in the nation.
In the Buckeye State, Daugherty has been named the Best Sports Columnist in Ohio five times. He has been working in Cincinnati since 1988 and has been on staff at the Cincinnati Enquirer since 1994.
While compiling his second book, Chad: I Can't Be Stopped, he claims he discovered two things about the flashy wide receiver that "no one can cover." One, he is not, in most ways, who he seems to be and, two, his passion for football is his best friend and worst enemy. He also claims that Johnson, in fact, can't be stopped. "Certainly not by me," he says.
Daugherty currently lives in Loveland, Ohio with his wife Kerry, his two children, and a golden retriever named Lucy.
Contains Reference To:
Liberty City, Miami Beach High School, Pop Warner Football, Santa Monica College, The Phenom Factory
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