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Hall of Fame Game - Open Thread

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Who to watch: Cowboys

#23 Tashard Choice

One of the best backup running backs in the NFL.

#68 Doug Free

Free is set to replace Flozell Adams. It's a gamble, and an interesting one.

#36 Mike Hamlin

One of many fringe safety prospects that caught my eye during the dark days of Brian Russell.

#14 Terrell Hudgins

Hudgins has one of the greatest nicknames ever: Shakespeare.

#3 Jon Kitna

Boy was teenage me ever wrong about this guy.

#69 Sean Lissemore

One of the many intriguing defensive tackles in 2010's loaded class.

#35 Lonyae Miller

Stocky feature back type, built to rule the preseason.

#76 Sam Young

See if you agree that Sam Young is indeed awful.

Note: Akwasi Owusu-Ansah and Sean Lee are unlikely to play.

Who to watch: Bengals

#97 Geno Atkins

A single-gap tackle prospect I've tracked for going on three years. More potential than production.

#88 Dezmon Briscoe

Promising athlete but bulky and slow. He's young, and has a chance to reinvent his game.

#87 Andre Caldwell

One of my favorite receiver prospects from 2008, Caldwell is slowly earning a roll within the Bengals offense.

#80 Chase Coffman

Once upon a time top tight end prospect that has to contribute as a pro. This is a big preseason for Coffman.

#96 Carlos Dunlap

Will be interesting to see if Dunlap is this year's Calais Campbell.

#21 Brandon Ghee

Tools prospect at corner with emerging skills.

#93 Michael Johnson

Tools-goof end that is currently listed at linebacker.

#58 Rey Maualuga

#56 Roddrick Muckelroy

Skilled linebacker with so-so tools.

#30 Cedric Peerman

Speed rusher and return man devalued because of small hands.

#55 Keith Rivers

#11 Jordan Shipley

One of those receivers that could overcome so-so tools with exceptional skills.