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Chad: I Can't Be Stopped

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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

Hardcover, 205 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Orange Frazer Press (first published August 15th 2006)
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Justin Woods
Great book. This was a very interesting book. Daugherty does an outstanding job of getting deep into Chad's emotions and feelings. If you like Chad Johnson's excitment on the feild, you will love this book. Even if you absolutley hate Chad's tactics, you should still read this book because it gives you more information you don't know about him.
You learn a lot from this book. THe major lesson you learn in this book is to never give up on your dream in life. Chad had a dream to play football sin
i've never actually read it but its about Chad Ochocinco (Johnson). and it says he can't be stopped, so it can't be a bad book.
Fun, guilty pleasure. Brother bought the book and it was a fun read. who-dey!!!
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