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In a Q&A with the Rock Hill (S.C.) Herald, Texans CB Johnathan Joseph, who signed with the team after spending his first five pro seasons with the Bengals, took an opportunity to take shots at his old team.

Joseph said he feels truly wanted in Houston, something that wasn't the case always in Cincinnati. He said there is no comparison between Texans owner Bob McNair and Bengals owner Mike Brown.

"In Cincy, the team lives off money it earns from football," Joseph said. "Houston’s owner has other business interests and he controls the money. Numerous things that go on such as the way Houston interacts with my family; we’re treated in a first-class way."

Joseph continued with the rant against the Bengals, saying they were wholly cheap in comparison to his new club.

"In Cincy, we’re told how much Gatorade we could take home," he said. "In Houston we get what we request. You get soap and deodorant at your request. You don’t have a roommate on road trips."

Joseph got the last laugh last season after leaving the Bengals, signing a five-year, $48.75 million contract. Not only did he get the money, but his Texans beat the Bengals in Houston in the postseason.

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