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Top 2021 QB prospect commits to Oklahoma

By Ryan AberOklahoma landed its top target from the 2021 class Thursday when quarterback Brock Vandagriff announced his commitment to the Sooners.Vandagriff made his announcement on Twitter.After much time and prayer, the time has come…Read more on NewsOK.com

Photo gallery: ‘Okies’ in the NFL

By Ryan SharpWith training camps and team activities full-go in the NFL, we figured it was time to take stock of all the local players on NFL rosters.This is by no means an exhaustive list, but simply a look at all the players and coaches the Associated Press had photos of from this summer.Check back every now and again as we'll update this blog as new photos come in.—————————-SOONERS IN THE NFLKyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals, QB[pagebreak]Marquise Brown, Baltimore Ravens, WR[pagebreak]Ben Powers, Baltimore Ravens, OL[pagebreak]Cody Ford, Buffalo Bills, OL[pagebreak]Jordan Phillips, Buffalo Bills, DL[pagebreak]Gerald McCoy, Carolina Panthers, DL[pagebreak]Rodney Anderson, Cincinatti Bengals, RB[pagebreak]Jordan Evans, Cincinatti Bengals, LB[pagebreak]Joe Mixon, Cincinnati Bengals, RB[pagebreak]Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns, QB[pagebreak]Austin Seibert, Cleveland Browns, K[pagebreak]Jordan Smallwood, Detroit Lions, WR[pagebreak]Curtis Bolton, Green Bay Packers, LB[pagebreak]Aaron Colvin, Houston Texans, CB[pagebreak]Dede Westbrook, Jacksonville Jaguars, WR[pagebreak]Kenny Stills, Miami Dolphins, WR[pagebreak]Dru Samia, Minnesota Vikings, OL[pagebreak]Geneo Grissom, New Orleans Saints, DE[pagebreak]Sterling Shepard, New York Giants, WR[pagebreak]Devante Bond, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, LB[pagebreak]Corey Nelson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, LB[pagebreak]Samaje Perine, Washington Redskins, RB[pagebreak]Adrian Peterson, Washington Redskins, RB[pagebreak]COWBOYS IN THE NFLJustice Hill, Baltimore Ravens, RB[pagebreak]Brad Lundblade, Cincinatti Bengals, OL[pagebreak]Lenzy Pipkins, Cleveland Browns, DB[pagebreak]Blake Jarwin, Dallas Cowboys, TE[pagebreak]Justin Phillips, Dallas Cowboys, LB[pagebreak]Chris Lacy, Detroit Lions, WR[pagebreak]Larry Williams, Green Bay Packers, OL[pagebreak]Taylor Cornelius, Green Bay Packers, QB[pagebreak]Tyron Johnson, Houston Texans, WR[pagebreak]Mason Rudolph, Pittsburgh Steelers, QB[pagebreak]James Washington, Pittsburgh Steelers, WR[pagebreak]Jordan Brailford, Washington Redskins, LB[pagebreak]LOCALS IN THE NFLZac Taylor, Cincinatti Bengals (Norman), Coach[pagebreak]Justice Hansen, Cleveland Browns (Edmond Santa Fe), QB[pagebreak]Trinity Benson, Denver Broncos (East Central University), WR[pagebreak]Jace Sternberger, Green Bay Packers (Kingfisher), TE[pagebreak]Keon Hatcher, Oakland Raiders (Owasso), WR[pagebreak]Josh Jacobs, Oakland Raiders (Tulsa McLain), RB[pagebreak]Press Taylor, Philadelphia Eagles (Norman), Quarterbacks coach[pagebreak]George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers (Norman), TE[pagebreak]Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks (Tulsa Washington), WR[pagebreak]David Moore, Seattle Seahawks (East Central University), WR[pagebreak]Cameron Batson, Tennessee Titans (Millwood), WRRead more on NewsOK.com

Bart Starr, QB who led Packers to greatness, dies at 85

Bart Starr was an ordinary quarterback until teaming with Vince Lombardi on the powerhouse Green Bay Packers teams that ruled the 1960s and ushered in the NFL as America's most popular sport.

The quarterback's graceful throws helped turn a run-heavy league into a passing spectacle, yet it's a run for which he's most famous: the sneak that won the famed "Ice Bowl" in 1967.

Starr died Sunday at age 85 in Birmingham, Alabama, the Packers said.Read more on NewsOK.com

Morning Roundup: Bart Starr, QB who led Packers to greatness, dies at 85

Bart Starr was an ordinary quarterback until teaming with Vince Lombardi and serving as the catalyst for the powerhouse Green Bay Packers teams that ruled the 1960s and ushered in the NFL as America's most popular sport.
The quarterback's graceful throws helped turn a run-heavy league into a passing spectacle, yet it's a run for which he's most famous: the sneak that won the famed "Ice Bowl" in 1967.
Starr died Sunday at age 85 in Birmingham, Alabama, the Packers said.Read more on NewsOK.com