Who's the NFL's fastest man? Chad OchoCinco wants to find out — and the winner gets $1M

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The event will be distributed live on pay-per-view in high definition at a suggested retail price of $39.95. It will also be available in closed circuit television outlets across the nation, as well as in international distribution worldwide.

Meanwhile, OchoCinco -- a South Florida resident and Dolphins fan -- hopes to work out with Dolphins receivers this offseason.

He likes the top four of DeVante Parker, Kenny Stills, Albert Wilson and Jakeem Grant.

He expects to train with Parker and won't be surprised if he breaks out this season.

"All he has to do is be consistent -- which is easier said than done," OchoCinco said. "(Dolphins offensive coordinator) Chad O'Shea will find a way to get him ball in his hands. DeVante can be special for us. If Chad O'Shea can get him the ball early and once that confidence sets in, everything will take care of itself."

Dolphins people believe Parker has improved in high-pointing the ball, and he has developed a good chemistry with Ryan Fitzpatrick.


Dolphins general manager Chris Grier, O'Shea and receivers coach Karl Dorrell all endorsed bringing back Parker this season.

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