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Chad Ochocinco makes 'eye-popping' plays at camp

Chad Ochocinco has a new team, but he still has his old way with words.

The newest Miami Dolphin greeted reporters on Tuesday by saying he was developing a "Brokeback Mountain chemistry" with rest of the locker room.

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We'll forgive Ocho for the outdated joke; he has a new offense to learn. Dolphins coach Joe Philbin estimated that Ochocinco missed 78 percent of the installation of the team's West Coast offense. Still, it sounds like Ochocinco made an impression on the first day of minicamp.

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel said Ochocinco was "noticeably quick" and made some "eye-popping plays." David Garrard, who split snaps with the first team, concurred.

"He's very quick in and out of his breaks. That's usually the No. 1 decline for a wide receiver," Garrard said. "I don't see that. And I definitely don't see that with the hands."

Quarterbacks have to say that, but the early signs for Ochocinco making the Dolphins are good. It's not like he has to beat out Mark Clayton and Mark Duper to make this team.

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