Saturday, May 9, 2009

Report: Dolphins Sign Ex-Sooner Lineman

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Dolphins sign troubled lineman JD Quinn: As first reported by Miami Dolphins beat writer Armando Salguero's Dolphins in Depth blog, ex-Oklahoma lineman JD Quinn has signed with the Miami Dolphins.. The Dolphins (my favorite NFL team) have signed interior offensive lineman JD Quinn and will announce the addition early next week. Quinn is, um, interesting for a handful of reasons: He was at the team's rookie minicamp last weekend on a tryout basis after going undrafted out of Montana. He impressed coaches and general manager Jeff Ireland enough that they tried to get to know him and his personality more so they could feel comfortable with him on the team. (MiamiHerald.com)

Bomar discusses Oklahoma dismissal: And yesterday, ex-Sooner Rhett Bomar discussed his dismissal at Oklahoma with Newsday writer Bob Glauber.
Rhett Bomar, who was picked by the Giants in the fifth round, refers to the issues that led to his expulsion from Oklahoma's football program as his "situation," choosing not to review the details during an interview Friday.

"There's no doubt I've grown up a lot since then," Bomar said after a morning rookie minicamp practice, his first in the NFL. "That's a tough thing to go through. Not a lot of people have been through that."

"I made a mistake. I was young," the 23-year-old Bomar said. "I moved on from there."

Four months from Kickoff, OU-Idaho already a joke:Tulsa World

BYU Opener in Arlington Anticipated: Desert News

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