Okies in the NFL
Levy Adcock, OT (OSU) — Dallas: Undrafted rookie free agent trying to beat long odds and make the Cowboys' final roster.
Frank Alexander, DE (OU) — Carolina: Selected in fourth round, rookie is competing with three veterans for spots in defensive end rotation.
Mark Anderson, DE (Tulsa Washington) — Buffalo: Signed a four-year $19.5 million contract with Bills after compiling 10 sacks for Patriots last season.
Remi Ayodale, DT (OU) — New Orleans: Six-year veteran started 13 games for the Vikings last season; rejoins the team he played for in 2008-10.
Hubert Anyiam, WR (OSU) — Carolina: Undrafted rookie free agent signed with the Panthers after being cut by San Diego.
Dan Bailey, K (OSU) — Dallas: Was solid his rookie season, converting 32 of 37 field goal attempts. He was perfect (37-of-37) on PATs.
Jeremy Beal, DE (OU) — Denver: Spent his rookie season on the Broncos' practice squad. Will try to crack final roster his second year.
Justin Blackmon, WR (OSU) — Jacksonville: Two-time Biletnikoff winner gives second-year quarterback Andy Dalton an elite receiver.
Jamie Blatnick, DE (OSU) — Denver: Undrafted rookie free agent trying to make an impression in camp in an attempt to make the final roster.
Sam Bradford, QB (OU) — St. Louis: The 2010 Offensive Rookie of the Year has thrown 24 TDs, 21 interceptions first two seasons in 26 starts.
Cory Brandon, OT (OU) — Chicago: Second shot at making an NFL roster. Was in Tampa Bay's camp last year but was cut.
Jammal Brown, OT (OU) — Washington: Underwent late-season hip surgery but has 86 career starts, 26 the past two seasons with the Redskins.
Josh Brown, K (Foyil) — NY Jets: Ten-year veteran (80.9 career field goal percentage) has edge over Nick Folk heading into training camp.
Ryan Broyles, WR (OU, Norman) — Detroit: NCAA's all-time receptions leader coming off knee injury; joins talented receiving corps.
Dez Bryant, WR (OSU) — Dallas: Off-the-field issues and injuries have slowed development of talented wide receiver (63 catches in 2011).
Quinton Carter, DB (OU) — Denver: Started 10 games, recorded 56 tackles in his rookie season with the Broncos.
Chris Chamberlain, LB (Tulsa, Bethany) — New Orleans: First year with Saints; started 13 games, recorded 81 tackles, last year with Rams.
Chris Chester, OG (OU) — Washington: Versatile inside blocker has 63 career starts in six seasons, including 16 last year with Redskins.
Ugo Chinasa, DT (OSU) — Detroit: One of Carolina's final cuts in training camp last year; was signed to Lions' practice squad late his rookie year.
Charles Clay, FB/TE (Tulsa) — Miami: Hauled in 16 catches, started nine games his rookie season with the Dolphins.
Keenan Clayton, LB (OU) — Philadelphia: Primary role was on special teams and recorded 31 tackles in a reserve role last season.
Jon Cooper, C (OU) — Tennessee: After two seasons with the Vikings, cut early last season, projected to assume backup role with the Titans.
Josh Cooper, WR (OSU, Mustang) — Cleveland: Undrafted rookie free agent hoping to make a strong impression during training camp.
Perrish Cox, CB (OSU) — San Francisco: Fresh start after sitting out last year due to legal issues; was acquitted of sexual assault charges in March.
Jermelle Cudjo, DT (UCO, Lawton Mac) — St. Louis: Spent all of last season on injured reserve (back). Rams need some depth in the middle.
Bryce Davis, DS (UCO, Duncan) — Cincinnati: Undrafted rookie free agent trying to land a roster spot as a deep snapper.
Brody Eldridge, TE (OU) — St. Louis: Rejoins former OU teammate Sam Bradford after playing 27 games last two seasons with the Colts.
Auston English, DE (OU) — Cleveland: Appeared in seven games his rookie season, recording four tackles.
Joe Jon Finley, TE (OU) — Carolina: Third team after undrafted free agent spent three years on practice squads in Detroit and San Francisco.
Jamell Fleming, CB (OU) — Arizona: Rookie third-round pick is one of four candidates competing for left cornerback spot opposite Patrick Peterson.
Dominique Franks, CB (OU) — Atlanta: A reserve cornerback, Franks is one of the Falcons' punt return candidates entering his third season.
Grant Garner, C (OSU) — Washington: Undrafted rookie free agent will try to beat long odds and make the Redskins' final roster.
Jermaine Greshman, TE (OU, Ardmore) — Cincinnati: One of the league's top young tight ends has compiled 108 catches past two seasons.
James Hanna, TE (OU) — Dallas: Rookie selected in sixth round has enough speed to be a weapon but must improve blocking to earn playing time.
Garrett Hartley, K (OU) — New Orleans: Missed all of last season with hip injury; will battle 42-year-old John Kasay for the kicking job.
Corey Hilliard, OL (OSU) — Detroit: Has played in 36 games in five seasons, including all 16 games (one start) for the Lions last season.
Tyler Holmes, DL (Tulsa) — Minnesota: Undrafted rookie free agent will try to beat long odds and earn a roster spot.
Kendall Hunter, RB (OSU) — San Francisco: Solid rookie season (581 total yards), but 'Niners signed Brandon Jacobs and drafted LaMichael James.
Juaquin Iglesias, WR (OU) — Houston: Former third round pick is with his third team but has appeared in only one game.
Charlie Johnson, OT (OSU) — Minnesota: Has started 70 games in six seasons, including all 16 games last season with the Vikings.
Damarius Johnson, WR (Tulsa) — Philadelphia: NCAA's all-time leader in all-purpose yards (7,796) trying to make roster as undrafted rookie free agent.
Felix Jones, RB (Tulsa Washington) — Dallas: Rushed for 2,386 yards in four seasons but nicked up last year; has more career fumbles (10) than TDs (8).
Davin Joseph, OG (OU) — Tampa Bay: Durable seven-year veteran, an anchor on the line, has started 83 or 84 games for the Buccaneers.
Deji Karim, RB (PC North) — Indianapolis: Signed with Colts after rushing for 130 yards in a backup role last season in Jacksonville.
Cameron Kenney, WR (OU) — Seattle: Was one of San Diego's final cuts a year ago. Second opportunity is with the Seahawks.
G.J. Kinne, QB (Tulsa) — NY Jets: Competing with Greg McElroy to be third team quarterback behind Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow.
Jacob Lacey, CB (OSU) — Detroit: Former undrafted cornerback was signed for $1.3 million to be the nickel back, help fortify the Lions secondary.
Orie Lemon, LB (OSU) — Dallas: On the practice squad last season, Lemon returns for a second shot at a roster spot.
Phil Loadholt, OT (OU) — Minnesota: An anchor. Has started all but one game his three seasons at right tackle with the Vikings.
Ronnell Lewis, DE (OU, Dewar) — Detroit: The Hammer, selected in fourth round, will play special teams role; tough to crack deep D-line rotation.
Travis Lewis, LB (OU) — Detroit: Slipped in draft to seventh round. Probably relegated to special teams role but first objective is to make final roster.
Curits Lofton, LB (OU, Kingfisher) — New Orleans: Signed a 5-year $27.5 million deal with division rival Saints to replace suspended Jonathan Vilma.
Ryan McBean, NG (OSU) — Baltimore: Compiled 33 tackles and four sacks last year in Denver; must serve three-game suspension before Ravens debut.
Bryan McCann, CB (Putnam City) — Oakland: Has appeared in 21 games with three different teams past two years; returns to the Raiders.
Gerald McCoy, DT (OU) — Tampa Bay: Third overall pick in 2010 has missed 13 games his first two seasons after tearing right and left biceps.
Mossis Madu, FB (OU, Norman) — Tampa Bay: Solid blocker who saw limited playing time last season as an undrafted rookie free agent.
Markelle Martin, S (OSU) — Tennessee: Rookie, selected in sixth round, is listed as the Titans' third team free safety heading to camp.
Nick Martinez, OG (OSU) — Washington: Following a post-draft workout he was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent.
Robert Meachem, WR (Tulsa Washington) — San Diego: Changing conferences, possession receiver averaged 43 catches past three years with Saints.
Swanson Miller, DT (OSU) — New Orleans: Spent past two seasons on three teams' practice squads but will compete for spot in D-line rotation.
DeMarco Murray, RB (OU) — Dallas: Appears to be fully healed from a broken right ankle that ended a standout rookie season (897 rushing yards).
Jonathan Nelson, S (OU) — Carolina: Played in only two games as a rookie but started one, recording nine tackles and an interception.
Russell Okung, OT (OU) — Seattle: Fourth overall selection in 2010 draft seeks injury free season after missing 10 games first two seasons.
Juqua Parker, DE (OSU) — Cleveland: A new chapter begins. Owns 36 career sacks in 11 seasons with Eagles and Titans; 31 sacks last six years in Philly.
Adrian Peterson, RB (OU) — Minnesota: Says he's fully recovered from torn ACL; averaged 1,450 rushing yards, 13 TDs his first four seasons.
Brandon Pettigrew, TE (OSU) — Detroit: Compiled 83 receptions last season, second most among tight ends behind Patriots Rob Gronkowski.
Brodney Pool, S (OU) — Dallas: Strong safety has started 67 games, averaging 52 tackles during his seven seasons with the Jets and Browns.
Odrick Ray, DE (Tulsa) — Jacksonville: A long shot to make the final roster, Ray is in second stint with Jaguars; was cut late in camp last year.
Zac Robinson, QB (OSU) — Cincinnati: Has been relegated to the practice squad his first two seasons but has been on an NFL roster.
Antonio Smith, DE (OSU, John Marshall) — Houston: Eight-year veteran has 15 sacks in three seasons with Texans, who gave him five-year $35 million deal in 2009.
Reggie Smith, S (OU, Edmond Santa Fe) — Carolina: Will compete for starting free safety job after four years, primarily a reserve in San Francisco.
Donald Stephenson, OT (OU) — Kansas City: Rookie, taken in third round, playing in his hometown is being groomed for future starting role.
Johnny Thomas, S (OSU) — New Orleans: Undrafted rookie free agent will try to make an impression during training camp.
Tyrunn Walker, DL (Tulsa) — New Orleans: Undrafted rookie free agent is a long shot to make the Saints roster.
Brandon Weeden, QB (OSU) — Cleveland: The No. 22 overall pick is expected to start the season as the Browns starting quarterback.
Wes Welker, WR (Heritage Hall) — New England: Patriots put franchise tag, one-year deal on NFL receptions leader (122), second in receiving yards (1,569).
Kevin Williams, DT (OSU) — Minnesota: Six-time Pro Bowler (second in franchise history for D-tackles) has 54 career sacks with the Vikings.
Trent Williams, OT (OU) — Washington: Has started 23 games his first two seasons and will protect Robert Griffin III's blindside.
C.J. Ah You, DE (OU) — Played 16 games with the Rams in 2010 but is looking for a team to sign him.
Billy Bajema, TE (OSU) — Compiled nine receptions and started 12 games last season for the St. Louis Rams.
Mark Clayton, WR (OU) — Appeared in only two games (three catches) last season. Has 257 career receptions.
Patrick Cobbs, RB (Tecumseh) — Was released by Saints last year after final preseason game with an undisclosed injury.
Patrick Crayton, WR (Northwestern) — Second-team All-Pro in 2009; has 246 career receptions but only 23 last season with Chargers.
Kelly Gregg, NG (OU, Edmond Memorial) — 13-year veteran has compiled 551 career tackles but reports indicate he will retire.
Tommie Harris, NG (OU) — Three-time Pro Bowler has battled injuries in recent years. His wife unexpectedly died in March.
Brandon Keith, C (McAlester) — Looking for work after playing four seasons with the Arizona Cardinals.
Duke Robinson, OG (OU) — Made Carolina's practice squad last season but unsigned heading into training camp.
Jeremy Shockey, TE (Ada): Ten-year veteran with 547 career receptions is available, but so far no team has signed him.
Jimmy Wilkerson, DE (OU): Nine-year veteran has compiled 179 career tackles in a backup role with four different teams.
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