With a showroom full of shiny new models, teams are rolling out the gently used program cars.
As such, the Bengals have released quarterback Josh Johnson, according to Paul Dehner Jr. of the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Johnson was probably made expendable when the Bengals signed Jason Campbell to back up Andy Dalton this offseason, but drafting A.J. McCarron in the fifth round left no room for him on the roster.
Johnson beat out John Skelton for the backup job last year, and will likely get another chance to land somewhere as a reserve.
The Bengals also signed 10 undrafted rookies, including: Texas-El Paso linebacker James Davidson, West Virginia tackle Curtis Feigt, Michigan State guard Dan France, Stanford tight end Ryan Hewitt, Texas guard Trey Hopkins, Michigan State safety Isaiah Lewis, San Diego State wide receiver Colin Lockett, Buffalo wide receiver Alex Neutz, Wake Forest running back Nikita Whitlock and Florida State running back James Wilder, Jr.