NORMAN -- Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford participated in some practice drills Monday afternoon for the first time since suffering a shoulder injury Sept. 5 against Brigham Young.
Bradford suffered a third degree shoulder separation, which kept him out of part of the BYU game and the last two games. The Sooners hold hope that he might return in two weeks, when the Sooners play Miami.
OU slot receiver Ryan Broyles said Bradford did not throw full extension. He said Bradford threw 5- to 10-yard passes.