Where are they now: Manti Te'oApril 24, 2019, 8:31 PM UTCCatch up with college football phenom Manti Te’o and find out the latest developments for the NFL free agent.Manti Te'oIn 2013, Manti Te'o had a bright professional career on the horizon. The Notre Dame star linebacker was the Heisman Trophy runner-up in 2012 and is one of the most decorated college football player of all time.Notre DameTe'o enrolled at Notre Dame in 2009. He was named second team All-American consecutively from 2009 to 2011. In 2012, Te'o earned multiple honors, including the Lombardi, Butkus, Maxwell, Chuck Bednarik and Walter Camp awards.Catfish scandalTe'o made a TV appearance with Katie Couric to disclose his involvement in a scandal revolving around the identity of his girlfriend. He claimed to be the victim of a hoax, after it was revealed that his girlfriend never existed and her death was faked. The person behind the hoax was Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, who would guest on 'Dr. Phil' and confess to the hoax.Scroll to continue with contentAd2013 NFL DraftTe'o skipped the 2012 draft to finish his senior year at Notre Dame, even though he was a projected late first-round pick. He was bumped up to mid-first round by midseason.San Diego ChargersTe'o was drafted in the second round to the San Diego Chargers. He signed a 4-year contract and ended the 2013 season with 61 tackles and 4 passes blocked.Team captain, injuriesBy the 2016 season, Te'o was named one of the Chargers' team captains. However, after a string of foot injuries, which went back to his rookie year, Te'o suffered a torn achilles and was placed on the injured reserve at the end of September 2016.Signed by New Orleans SaintsTe'o was released by the Chargers at the end of the 2016 season. The New Orleans Saints picked him up under a 2-year contract.Released by New Orleans SaintsInjuries continued to hamper Te'o's performance into the 2018 season. Although he posted solid stats for the Saints, the team decided not to renew or extend a deal.Oakland RaidersOn March 18, 2019, the Oakland Raiders reportedly hosted free-agent LBs Te'o and Aaron Lynch.Detroit LionsThree days after his Oakland visit, Te'o met with the Detroit Lions. The 2019 season might be shaping up for a healthy Te'o after consecutive injuries plagued the LB since the beginning of his professional career.