2012 NFL Draft: Marvin Lewis, Jay Gruden At Boise State Pro Day

According to the Idaho Statesman's Brian Murphy, Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis and offensive coordinator Jay Gruden were in attendance at Boise State's pro day on Thursday.

Bengals well represented with Marvin Lewis and Jay Gruden at #BSUfootball pro day. Looking at Kellen after success with Dalton? Or Martin? 37 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone · Reply · Retweet · Favorite · powered by @socialditto

The two players named in Murphy's tweet are the two biggest names on the team heading into the draft: quarterback Kellen Moore and running back Doug Martin. Martin's name is the more intriguing one, though.

While the Bengals may have interest in Moore as a backup quarterback to Andy Dalton, they are likely there to keep a close eye on Martin, who has been climbing draft boards lately all the way up into the first round. He would be a solid addition to the Bengals, especially now that they've signed BenJarvus Green-Ellis.

Other players that the Bengals may be interested in are defensive ends Tyrone Crawford and Shea Mcclellin and safety George Iloka.

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