Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Johnson runs after catching a pass against the Tennessee Titans in the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2007, in Cincinnati. Johnson caught 12 passes, three for touchdowns, as he became the Bengals all-time leading receiver. Cincinnati won 35-6. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)
Receiver Chad Johnson says he'll report on
time for the Cincinnati Bengals' training camp next weekend, but
his surgically repaired ankle probably will limit him in practice.
Johnson also said Monday he wants to move on from the fallout of
his lobbying for a trade, which included threats to sit out the
season if the Bengals didn't deal him. The club refused, turning
down a lucrative trade offer from Washington.
The Pro Bowl receiver told The Associated Press he's going to be
as flamboyant as ever. He said he's not sure how he'll be received
by fans, but he hopes they support him.