The more we think about it, the more likely the Bengals could draft a quarterback in the late rounds of the 2010 NFL Draft. We're not saying that they will. Nor are we saying the chances are particularly high. That doesn't mean that the team won't pull the trigger if there's a quarterback they like late in the draft. Mike Brown admitted to as much, hoping to find a quarterback that can play behind Carson Palmer.
We already know that the Bengals will check out Holy Cross quarterback Dominic Randolph when the team hosts all of the local talent in the area that's preparing for the NFL Draft. Bengals quarterback coach Ken Zampese (not Bob Bratkowski as originally reported), checked out Oregon State quarterback Sean Canfield during his Pro Day. Zampese typically checks out most quarterbacks that are slated for late draft selections to see if the team can improve their backup and third-string quarterback, evne if the team doesn't pick a quarterback. So it might not be worth much.
And according to Scout.com, the Bengals will host Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour in a private workout.
A four-year starter at Central Michigan, LeFevour distinguished himself as one of college football’s most exciting field generals and showcased the ability to beat a defense with his arm and legs. LeFevour finished his illustrious career with a 66.4 completion percentage while throwing for 12,905 yards, 102 touchdowns and 36 interceptions, not to mention his 2,948 rushing yards and 49 touchdowns.