MJD REPLACES OCHO: The Ochocinco News Network will be reporting from the Super Bowl even if its namesake, wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, is a participant when the Patriots play the New York Giants on Sunday. With New England coach Bill Belichick not likely to spring Ochocinco for any broadcast duties, in his place will be Jacksonville Jaguars All-Pro running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who has a background in radio reporting for SiriusXM NFL Radio. The wide receiver created OCNN three years ago and has built a social media network that serves an audience of about 1 million, the network says. "MJD is the right guy to take on this task, and I have all the confidence in the world in him," said Ochocinco. Jones-Drew won the NFL rushing title this season and will transform OCNN into MJD TV as he covers Super Bowl media day—will there be pointed questions for a certain No. 85 on the Patriots? "Really looking forward to not just helping out Chad while he’s playing in the Super Bowl, but getting a chance to ask the questions most reporters don’t," said Jones-Drew. "It’s a really cool thing OCNN does out there each year, but this time around, fans will get a little taste of MJD TV." Jones-Drew will be joined by Tampa Bay defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, who will be working for OCNN for the second straight year, as well as national OCNN contest winner and Boston resident Cassidy Quinn Brettler.