According to the Associated Press, the Cincinnati Bengals will decide this Friday whether or not to continue with their plan to hold Training Camp in Georgetown. Players were originally scheduled to report for camp on July 28th, meaning that even though there was a 100-plus day lockout, the NFL actually didn't miss anything. The NFL Draft was held, as per schedule. Free agent signings were only delayed, expected to kick off very soon. Training camp will likely be held on time, at the same place they've always held it. Unless something major stops all of this progress, we won't miss any regular season games.
All 10 home games will be available, including Indianapolis on Oct. 16 and Pittsburgh on Nov. 13. Seat locations will include all three levels of the stadium, with prices from $65 to $85.
Full season tickets and multi-game ticket packs—which offer the best seating locations as well as priority for any postseason home games—are currently available through the Bengals Ticket Hotline.