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Sam Bradford's workout draws a crowd

BY JOHN ROHDE, STAFF WRITER, JROHDE@OPUBCO.COM Modified: March 30, 2010 at 6:20 am •  Published: March 30, 2010

Representatives from 21 NFL teams were in Norman for Sam Bradford’s Pro Day, headlined by several head coaches.

The head coaches included Seattle’s Pete Carroll, Cleveland’s Eric Mangini, St. Louis’ Steve Spagnuolo and San Francisco’s Mike Singletary.

Each of the teams with the top four picks in next month’s NFL Draft — the Rams, Lions, Redskins and Bucs — were represented.

The Browns had the biggest contingent, bringing nine representatives to watch, including new president Mike Holmgren.

There was also a long list of media from outside the state who attended, including former Cowboys vice president of player personnel Gil Brandt, who now works for

Also in attendance were several representatives from ESPN, including Todd McShay, as well as media from Dallas, Fort Worth and St. Louis. Sports Illustrated was also represented.

1. St. Louis Rams

2. Detroit Lions

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

4. Washington Redskins

6 and 14. Seattle Seahawks

7. Cleveland Browns

8. Oakland Raiders

9. Buffalo Bills

10. Jacksonville Jaguars

11. Denver Broncos

12. Miami Dolphins

13 and 17. San Francisco 49ers

15. New York Giants

18. Pittsburgh Steelers

22. New England Patriots

23. Green Bay Packers

24. Philadelphia Eagles

27. Dallas Cowboys

28. San Diego Chargers

31. Indianapolis Colts

32. New Orleans Saints

NOTE: Listed with draft position(s)

Chris Harry, AOL Fanhouse

Alonzo Adams, Associated Press

Jeff Latzke, Associated Press

Murray Evans, Associated Press

Sue Ogrocki, Associated Press

Ron Rang, CBS Sports

Ellis Goodwin, Chickasha Express-Star

David Moore, Dallas Morning News

Charlie Moynihan, ESPN

Eugene Bowman, ESPN

Mike Priest, ESPN

Nelson Durfey, ESPN

Todd McShay, ESPN

Elizabeth Merrill, ESPN.

Workout draws a crowd


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