After averaging a paltry 3.9 yards per carry last season and missing offseason practices following knee surgery, Johnson was at full strength in his New York Jets training camp debut Thursday.
"I felt good," Johnson said, per the New York Post. "I felt no pain or anything like that."
"Having that kind of game-breaker out of the backfield certainly will get your attention," coach Rex Ryan said. "The kid at Buffalo, (C.J.) Spiller, is one of those guys that has that kind of speed. Chris, obviously, your antenna is up every time he comes out of that backfield. If he motions out, the DBs know, like wait a second, here's a 4.2. You'll approach him differently than you would most halfbacks."
It's early in training camp, but Johnson's fantasy stock is on the rise.