Burrow's recovery, new additions and contract talks: Ja'Marr Chase speaks in return to Cincinnati

Cincinnati Bengals star wideout Ja'Marr Chase returned to Cincinnati on Monday for the first time since the Bengals picked up his fifth-year option last month.  

He was in town to give back to the Cincinnati community by organising a football camp at Princeton High School for hundreds of students in grades one through eleven.  

In between sessions, Chase chatted with WLWT about his offseason and previews the Bengals' upcoming season.  

Despite not working out with his Bengals teammates during voluntary workouts this year, Chase says he is still working out, splitting his time between Dallas and Miami.  

"I've been working on as much as I can right now: releases and catching. "As far as the game can take me," he stated.  

Chase hasn't been with the squad since activities began, but he hasn't lost touch with his long-time signal caller, Joe Burrow.  

The two first-round picks met on the west coast earlier this offseason, giving Chase an early peek at Burrow's post-surgery recuperation.  

"Me and Joe threw once in California. I took a journey to see him and spend some time with him. That was our first time throwing since [wrist surgery].  

I believe it was his fourth session that he first started throwing. He looked nice. He still resembled Joe. There is always work to be done, but this is merely the beginning.  

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