The Cincinnati Bengals sent an army of two to check out the talent on display during Florida's Pro Day.
According to the Senior Bowl twitter account (because Bowl's now have their own Twitter accounts), the Cincinnati Bengals have sent an army of two (at least) to Gainesville to scout Florida University's Pro Day, where representatives for all 32 NFL teams converged.
Bob Babich/Jags handled LB's, Mark Carrier/Bengals and Chuck Cecil/Rams worked DB's and Jonathan Hayes/Bengals and Bobby Johnson/Lions TE's.— Senior Bowl (@seniorbowl) March 12, 2013
Some names that worked out in front of scouts includes safeties Matt Elam and Josh Evans, linebacker Jon Bostic, running back Mike Gilleslie, offensive tackle Xavier Nixon, tight end Jordan Reed and place-kicker Caleb Sturgis.
Obviously Carrier, Cincinnati's defensive backs coach, is checking on safety Matt Elam while Hayes rides shotgun with Jordan Reed doing workouts. Cincinnati is clearly in need for defensive backs and even a third tight end, which could be acquired late during the NFL Draft. Though Reed is projected anywhere from the second to fourth round, it's unlikely Cincinnati is looking at Reed with Jermaine Gresham and Orson Charles already signed for 2013.