The Cincinnati Bengals were one of over a dozen teams that attended Nebraska's Pro Day on Thursday.
According to Grant Muessel with Huskers Illustrated Magazine and the Daily Nebraskan, the Cincinnati Bengals were one several teams that attended Thursday's Nebraska's Pro Day.
Teams that sent scouts to #Huskers pro day: Chiefs, Eagles, Bengals, Raiders, Saints, Packers, Falcons and Steelers. (That I saw)— Grant Muessel (@GrantMuessel) March 7, 2013
Sixteen Huskers were on hand to workout in front of over a dozen scouts, including running back Rex Burkhead, safety Daimion Stafford and kicker Brett Maher. Others included, per Hustkers.com:
In addition to the three Combine participants, the Huskers' 2012 senior class was represented from the offense by tight ends Ben Cotton and Kyler Reed and offensive guard Seung Hoon Choi. From the defense, seven members of last year's senior class took part in Pro Day including Joseph Carter, Will Compton, Eric Martin, Cameron Meredith, P.J. Smith, Daimion Stafford and Alonzo Whaley. Defensive tackle Baker Steinkuhler was also on hand at the Pro Day, but unable to participate following knee surgery.