Bengals Banter: Bob Bratkowski scouts Oregon State's Pro Day

On March 12, the Bengals offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski traveled to Oregon State's Pro Day. One of the marquee players working out in front of professional scouts and coaches was quarterback Sean Canfield. Alright, I'm not flaming the fire on this one. I doubt Bratkowski and the Bengals are checking out quarterbacks with the Palmer brothers and J.T. O'Sullivan already signed -- in Jordan Palmer's case, he's an exclusive-rights free agent and has been tendered, therefore preventing him from leaving.

However, Gregg Peat is an offensive guard that also worked out. He "ran a 5.24 and 5.24 40, had a 32.5-inch vertical leap, 8-foot, 6-inch broad jump, 4.80 short shuttle, 7.53 three-cone drill and 23 bench press reps."

Eleven Oregon State players in all worked out in front of scouts and coaches.

Other notes:

James Walker writes that the impact Antonio Bryant could have with the Bengals could go either way. Will it be like his career-year in 2008 or an injury filled season like 2009?

Chick Ludwig writes that Ken Dyer is the 36th Bengals player to pass on.

Speaking of Ludwig, he writes out that the team's seven positions that they should address are defensive end, safety, wide receiver, linebacker, tight end, guard and defensive tackle.

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