Johnson said he doesn't want to get fined, which could be $8,000 maximum by the Bengals if he were to miss the entire camp. If he missed training camp, Johnson could be fined $14,288 a day.
But now Johnson plans to report, which is great sign for Fantasy owners. He might not be as productive as recent seasons and could pout, but Johnson is a solid No. 1 option when he's on. And if he's playing with the motivation for a new contract or to get traded, Johnson could be great.
If you like Johnson, you'll want to draft him somewhere in the end of the fourth round or beginning of the fifth, and he will be one of those players who make or break your season.
So the question is, do you draft Chad Johnson this year as a starting Fantasy option?