Former New York Giants linebacker Michael Boley worked out for the Cincinnati Bengals, according to a league source.
Boley is a former Atlanta Falcons fifth-round draft pick from Southern Miss.
Boley, who was signed to a five-year, $25 million contract in 2009 by New York, was released from the Giants in February, following an arrest for child abuse, pleading guilty as part of a pretrial diversion program as part of plea agreement.
Boley has recorded 685 career tackles, 9 1/2 sacks and eight interceptions.
The Bengals also tried out linebackers Maalik Bomar and Etienne Sabino.
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