30 episodes

Former NFL big play wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, one of the most unique and entertaining personalities the game has ever seen, teams up with former NFL player and current NFL Network personality Jamie Dukes, for a lively podcast about the NFL, pop-culture and the lifestyle of of one of the most engaging former professional athletes of all time.

The Ochocinco and Dukes Podcast DGital Media

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    • 4.7 • 28 Ratings

Former NFL big play wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, one of the most unique and entertaining personalities the game has ever seen, teams up with former NFL player and current NFL Network personality Jamie Dukes, for a lively podcast about the NFL, pop-culture and the lifestyle of of one of the most engaging former professional athletes of all time.

    Coachocinco says "Coaching is harder than playing"

    Coachocinco says "Coaching is harder than playing"

    It's been a crazy few weeks for Ocho. A coaching internship with the Cleveland Browns and watching his daughter tear up track meet after track meet. In this episode we'll catch up with #85 to hear what the rigors of being an NFL coach are and if he is in it for the long haul. Plus, RG3 has been named the Browns starting QB and Jamie wants Chad to give his thought's on the misunderstood QB.

    • 27 min
    Chad talks about the concussions Ray Lewis & Ed Reed caused. Plus, the guys talk about Aldon Smith's latest screw up.

    Chad talks about the concussions Ray Lewis & Ed Reed caused. Plus, the guys talk about Aldon Smith's latest screw up.

    Chad and Jamie are back for a candid discussion about the times Chad got his bell rung during a game and how hits from the likes of Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Donte Whitner took their toll on Ocho. They guys also take a look at Michael Jordan comments about the state of the nation and the Periscope video Aldon Smith posted and how this can lead to more problems for the talented, but immature linebacker.

    • 43 min
    Is it ever going to change?

    Is it ever going to change?

    Ocho and Dukes take a look at the recent events in Baton Rouge and where they think the country goes from here. The guys also take a look at Tom Brady's decision to stop fighting the NFL and take his 4 game suspension to start the 2016 season.

    • 36 min
    Dealing with authority and a new opportunity for.......Coachocinco?

    Dealing with authority and a new opportunity for.......Coachocinco?

    In what has been a very tense time in America, Ochocinco and Dukes give their take on the latest issues surrounding law enforcement and the African-American community. The guys dive into their own personal experiences and measures they would take to make sure that their safety and their family's safety, was never in danger. On the lighter side, Chad talks about a new opportunity given to him by Cleveland Browns Head Coach Hue Jackson. This episode is not to be missed.

    • 40 min
    What's next for Lebron James and will he ever leave Cleveland again?

    What's next for Lebron James and will he ever leave Cleveland again?

    Ocho & Jamie look at the performance Lebron James put on during the NBA Finals and wonder if King James would ever leave Cleveland again. The guys also discuss where this puts Lebron among the all-time greats in NBA history. Is Lebron on his way to surpassing Michael Jordan as the greatest player in NBA history? The guys have their opinion. Check it out.

    • 34 min
    Cornelius Bennett talks life after football with The Ochocinco & Dukes Podcast

    Cornelius Bennett talks life after football with The Ochocinco & Dukes Podcast

    Buffalo Bills legend Cornelius Bennett talks with Chad Ochocinco and Jamie Dukes about the programs he is involved in with the NFL. The former defensive star gives Chad some advice on how to go about getting his name out there in the media world and tells Chad that he would have been a tough matchup for 85

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

MelBee_10 ,

Ocho

Awesome very informative

KrazyTown Killers ,

Great

Love it move them to #1

Hungry thug ,

Great show

I love these guys because they are hilarious and not just about sports, they also like to work jokes and stuff into their podcasts.

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