CINCINNATI - Bengals coach Marvin Lewis has put the kibosh on condiments.
Receiver Chad Ochocinco tweeted this week that he planned to send mustard to the Pittsburgh Steelers in advance of their game Sunday at Heinz Field. When Lewis got wind of the plan, he put an end to it.
Ochocinco said on Wednesday that Lewis has prohibited him from sending anything to Pittsburgh. Last week, the receiver sent deodorant to some of the Baltimore Ravens a few days before their game. The Ravens came to Cincinnati and lost 17-7, with Ochocinco having a big game.
The Bengals and Steelers are tied for first place in the AFC North at 6-2.
PFT: Jets RB Mike Goodson was charged with five gun and drug counts Friday morning, after New Jersey State Police found the car he was riding in parked in the middle of Route 80 in Denville, N.J.
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