Former Cincinnati Bengals star wide receiver Chad Johnson scored his first regular-season touchdown in the Canadian Football League since joining the Montreal Alouettes.
Johnson scored a 46-yard touchdown on a throw from quarterback Troy Smith during a loss to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
The flamboyant wide receiver then hugged side judge Jocelyn Paul. Paul didn't return the hug, though.
Johnson, 36, hadn't scored a touchdown in a regular-season game since Dec. 18, 2011 while playing for the New England Patriots.
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