Once he's finished answering questions from the media, Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o will have to sit with NFL general managers to field their queries about how the relationship hoax should affect his draft status and professional prospects.
Here's a sampling of the barrage of questions Te'o can expect from various teams:
New York Jets -- "If you were so in love with this woman, why did you not get a tattoo of her wearing a Ron Powlus jersey?"
Buffalo Bills -- "How long did it take you to make a long-term commitment to the relationship? We usually wait two, three weeks."
Cincinnati Bengals -- "So you haven't been charged with any crime? NEXT!"
San Francisco 49ers -- "Do you see the read option as a clever offensive scheme or a 'sad and cruel hoax'?
New York Giants -- "In order to hold the phone to your ear for eight hours, you must have great arm strength. Can you teach some to Eli?"
New Orleans Saints -- "How angry were you at the perpetrators of this hoax? $5,000? $10,000? $25,000??"
Green Bay Packers -- "Through all of this, you're certain you had no cell phone communication with Brett Favre?"
Dallas Cowboys -- "As long as you didn't take any girlfriend to Los Cabos before a big game, we're cool."
Cleveland Browns -- "Your performance in your first game after finding out about the hoax was pathetic. If you can't learn to get past crushing disappointments, how do you ever expect to succeed with the Browns?"
Indianapolis Colts -- "Seriously, don't worry about it. Jim Irsay's done far worse on Twitter."
Jacksonville Jaguars -- "If we draft you, can we put your phony girlfriend down for season tickets? Like 35,000 of them?"
Miami Dolphins -- "Manti, you're probably getting a lot of questions about your role in the hoax. I trust you. What I'm curious about is whether your mother had any role in this?"
Philadelphia Eagles -- "Have you ever actually met Brian Kelly? Because we're not really sure we have either."
Pittsburgh Steelers -- "More like the Immaculate Deception, amirite?!" (High-fives Dan Rooney.)
New England Patriots -- "Your biggest error wasn't gullibility, but in failing to document everything with videotape proof."
Oakland Raiders -- "It's not the lying and half-truths we're concerned about, it's the affiliation with a guy named Tuiasosopo."
Washington Redskins -- "We want you to feel comfortable here. This is a safe space and you can say anything you want. So, please be honest: You didn't have a problem with Shanahan leaving RGIII in the game, right?"