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Bengals Training Camp Day 2 Quick Recap; Smart, Fast and Physical

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Day 2 of training camp came and went without any serious injuries, while the offense looked to be clicking well.

It was another productive day for the Cincinnati Bengals. Day 2 of training camp came and went without any serious injuries, while the offense looked to be clicking well, given it's the second day of camp.

After a great Day 1 session, Andy Dalton continued to throw the ball well. It's early, and the full pads aren't even on, but Dalton looks like a guy who spent a good deal of the offseason working to make himself better. Of course, it doesn't hurt to have AJ Green to throw to either.

Another guy in a contract year is Vontaze Burfict, who jarred the ball out of Tyler Eifert's hands as he came across the middle. Pads or no pads, Burfict will hit you.

On the injury front, Reggie Nelson did suffer what appeared to be a minor hand injury. After coming out for a moment, Nelson went back in and finished the drills.

Mike Pollak cane off the PUP and practiced today. He even started at left guard alongside C Russell Bodine, LT Marshall Newhouse, RG Kevin Zeitler and RT Andre Smith.

And hats off to the Bengals strength and conditioning staff: Every player who practiced Thursday was back at it Friday. That's a great sign of players keeping themselves in shape during the offseason, and the S&T staff has a big part to play in that.

Days 1 and 2 are often when many camp injuries - major and minor - occur. It would seem the players have a goal in mind, and they're working to reach it: