Today was the fourth full practice of the young NFL season, and WR Jordan Shipley and CB Nate Clements practiced for the first time today. Shipley was practicing for the first time since tearing his ACL and MCL 9 months ago against the Denver Broncos.
Clements is also practicing for the first time this year after suffering a strained abdomen during offseason workouts. Both players did individual and position drills but did not take part in 11-on-11 drills.
Terence Newman, Adam Jones and Leon Hall also returned to practice, with Newman and Jones doing individual and team drills but, were held out of 11-on-11 drills. Hall was doing all the workouts, and continues to look fully healed from his torn achilles.
The offensive line got the better of the defense during the Oklahoma drills with the most notable matchup being between former SEC rivals Andre Smith and Carlos Dunlap. Smith was able to get the better of Dunlap.
Albert Breer and the NFL Network crew were here today and made sure to get a video of the Oklahoma Drill.
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