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Former NFL star Chad Johnson may once again be able to communicate with his ex-wife Evelyn Lozada — after allegedly head-butting her — because Evelyn plans to let the no-contact order against him expire.

Sources close to the ex-couple tell TMZ, Chad’s on track to finish his batterer’s intervention program in the next couple months — at which point Chad will ask the judge to terminate his probation and lift the no-contact order.

If that happens, Evelyn would have to get a civil restraining order to keep Chad away — but we’re told she has decided NOT to do that … because she just wants to “move on.”

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Chad was sentenced to one year probation and the batterer’s class after pleading “no contest” to domestic battery following the August 11 fight with Evelyn — but since he’s completing the class early … the judge can also lift the probation early.

Despite Evelyn’s decision … we’re told she does NOT want a reunion with Chad.