Chad Ochocinco Lands in Court Day After Patriots Lose Super Bowl XLVI to Giants

Talk about adding insult to injury.

Patriots wide receiver Chad Ochocinco was in court just hours after the Pats lost to the Giants in Super Bowl XLVI. Ochocinco was in court because of a 2011 incident in which he was charged with driving with a suspended license in Walnut Hills in Cincinnati, according to Cincinnati.com.

The wideout, who had one catch on Sunday night, pleaded guilty Monday to the reduced charge of failure to display a driver's license. Judge Russell Mock fined Ochocinco $200 and ordered him to pay a $104 fine.

"I guess I would have had to issue a larger fine if you would have won last night," Mock joked.

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