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Bengals Banter: Hall of Fame game tickets go on sale Tuesday morning

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I agree with Joe Reedy that the Bengals are "solid" at safety in Roy Williams and Chris Crocker. However, both safeties combined for 17 games played last year. Sure, they can stop the run, they're alright (at best) against the pass. But they're hardly durable. Both Crocker and Williams' last 16-game season was 2006. In my opinion, safety still needs help.

Idaho guard Mike Iupati has scheduled nine visits with NFL teams, and teams like the Browns, Jaguars, Eagles and Packers are just a select few known to have interest in the guard. No, Gil Brandt didn't mention the Bengals by name.

Jermaine Gresham didn't play most of 2009 due to injury. However, he's rated as one of the best tight ends coming into the draft. Arizona's Rob Gronkowski is another tight end that's rated high, but didn't play at all in 2009 with a back issue. He'll be working out on March 27.

A bit more depth on the team's newest receiver and returner, Chris Davis.

All 32 teams were at LSU's Pro Day.

Seven prospects worked out for Cal's Pro Day in which all 32 teams were represented.

Bengals were checking out Mardy Gilyard at UC's Pro Day. But they may also be checking out cornerback Brad Jones.

Tickets for the Hall of Fame game between the Bengals and Cowboys go on sale Tuesday morning. Tickets will range from $47 to $62.