Representatives from 30 NFL teams gathered at the pro day held at Oklahoma on Wednesday, where 22 players went through a workout held indoors on FieldTurf.
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There were 25 NFL teams represented at a workout on Wednesday that was specifically designed for teams to get a look at Oklahoma wide receiver Ryan Broyles, who’s been recovering from a knee injury.
Oklahoma WR Ryan Broyles, the all-time receptions leader in FBS history, will hold an on campus workout in Norman, Okla., on April 12.
With so much focus on the quarterbacks, linemen and wideouts, the running backs have not received a whole lot of attention this week.
Oklahoma’s Trent Williams will be replacing long-time left tackle stalwart Chris Samuels in Washington. It was fitting then that one of the first people he met after hearing his name called by Commissioner Roger Goodell was Samuels.
Sam Bradford just finished his workout, and let me tell you, it was near flawless. I’m not saying he solidified his spot at the top of the draft, but he sure didn’t hurt himself. It was one of the best individual workouts I’ve seen in a long time. A real Picasso.
Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford has the potential to go No. 1 to the Rams, but is he worthy of that lofty standing?
Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford has moved his pro day workout to March 29 to accommodate NFL teams, according to his agent, Tom Condon. Bradford was scheduled to work out March 25.
With the second overall pick in April’s NFL draft, the Lions have been linked most closely with Oklahoma’s Gerald McCoy and Nebraska’s Ndamukong Suh — widely considered the top two defensive tackles in the draft. But league sources maintain that Oklahoma State’s Russell Okung, a left tackle, remains high on the Lions’ radar because protecting quarterback Matthew Stafford is a top priority.
Several NFL prospects will be on display Tuesday at the University of Oklahoma Pro Day, but QB Sam Bradford won’t be one of them.
One strange aspect of the NFL Scouting Combine is how it turns a team sport into an individual battle for prestige, draft placement and money — lots of money. But don’t tell that to the prospects working out at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford spent an inordinate amount of time Saturday at the NFL Scouting Combine discussing the injury that ended his 2009 season after just three starts. He expressed confidence that his shoulder, which he said is now “close to 85 percent” eventually will be “stronger than ever.”
Oklahoma TE Jermaine Gresham missed his entire senior season because of a knee injury, but he told the media Friday at the NFL Scouting Combine that the ailment is completely healed.
INDIANAPOLIS — Most offensive tackle prospects give very diplomatic answers when asked about whether they would like to man the right or left side at the pro level. In fact, of the handful of offensive tackles I’ve heard questioned about it today, almost every single one gave the same answer: It doesn’t matter. Except Oklahoma standout Trent Williams.
Prospects worked out indoors on FieldTurf in front of 50 scouts at the University of Oklahoma. Vikings coach Brad Childress and vice president of player personnel Rick Spielman, Lions offensive line coach Pat Morris, Bills offensive line coach Sean Kugler and Dolphins offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo were among those in attendance to see the players.