The Cincinnati Bengals, along with 25 other teams, have sent representatives to South Bend to attend Notre Dame's pro day, according to Pro Football Weekly's Eric Edholm.
There are several players working out for scouts at the school's pro day, including Manti Te'o, one of the draft class' most controversial and intriguing figures. Noted as one of the top inside linebackers in the draft, Te'o excellent reputation was sullied by reports that his girlfriend, who had supposedly died of cancer, was never actually real and that Te'o was reportedly "catfished" by Ronaiah Tuiasosopo.
Regardless of what actually happened, Te'o made it clear during the combine that he just wanted to focus on football. Unfortunately for him, a slow 40-yard dash time of 4.81 may have made his draft stock fall. However, according to reports, Te'o improved his 40 time to 4.71.
Other players working out during Notre Dame's pro day include tight end Tyler Eifert, wide receiver Theo Riddick, defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore, running back Cierre Wood, safety Zeke Motta, center Braxston Cave, safety Jamoris Slaughter, long snapper Jordan Cowart, center Michael Golic, kicker Nick Tausch and wide receivers John Goodman and Roby Toma.
According to Edholm, Benglas tight ends coach Jonathan Hayes is on the field conducting run blocking drills with Eifert, Cave and Golic.