Cincinnati's Michael Johnson couldn't believe how quickly the afternoon disappeared as the visiting Bengals shared practice with the Atlanta Falcons.
The defensive end says he enjoyed almost everything about Monday's change of pace in the Bengals' training camp.
''It's fun getting to see how people do things at other places and get to switch up the scenery a little bit and have a different climate, all of that,'' Johnson said. ''It's fun. Practice went by fast, it seemed like to me.
''It just gives you a different look to go against different guys. It was fun to go against different people and also fun to be back down South.''
The 90-degree Georgia heat was a definite change of pace, even for Johnson, an Alabama native and former Georgia Tech star.
''We had to get used to the heat a little at first,'' Johnson said. ''We had a pretty good day. It wasn't too tough. A little humidity. Nothing we can't handle though.''
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis and Falcons coach Mike Smith also a...