CINCINNATI — The stars were out on Sunday at Bengals training camp.
Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson and Adam "Pacman" Jones were both on the sidelines.
Johnson and Jones both chatted with a plethora of Bengals, including Ja'Marr Chase, Tee Higgins, Joe Mixon and Tyler Boyd.
Former Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer was also at practice. His son Adam Zimmer was hired as an offensive analyst last month.
Chris Henry Jr. was also at practice. Jones adopted him and the rest of his siblings after his father died in 2009.
Henry looks a lot like his dad. He stopped and talked with Mike Brown for at least 10 minutes.
Joe Burrow was at practice for a third consecutive session. The 25-year-old had a football in his hands early in practice. He also walked around much more than he did in past days. It's a good sign, although there is no timetable for his return.
La'el Collins continues to make progress. He worked on different pass sets on Sunday and even held up a canopy that almost got blown over by the wind.
There isn't a timetable on Collins' return, but he's moving around well.
D'Ante Smith worked on the rehab field on Sunday. The second-year offensive lineman had his back wrapped in the locker room before practice. He was carted off the field on Friday.
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