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Browns' Justin Gilbert Ready to Bounce Back After 'Wake-Up Call' in Rookie Year

The Cleveland Browns selected Justin Gilbert from Oklahoma State with pick No. 8 in the 2014 NFL draft, but his rookie year was far from a smooth transition. Can Gilbert bounce back in 2015? What talents can he bring to the Cleveland...Show More Summary

Josh Furman to Denver Broncos: Full Draft-Pick Breakdown

With their last pick of the 2015 NFL draft, the Denver Broncos selected Josh Furman, a linebacker out of Oklahoma State. Unlike fellow seventh-round choices Trevor Siemian and Taurean Nixon, Furman may actually have a decent chance to...Show More Summary

Jake Waters Announces Personal Pro Day, QB Aims to Prove He's NFL-Worthy

With less than three weeks remaining before the NFL draft, Kansas State's Jake Waters is the last quarterback prospect with something left to prove. After injuring his right shoulder Oct. 18 against the Oklahoma Sooners, the quarterback required surgery in the offseason. Show More Summary

Texas' Malcom Brown Shouldn't Be Overlooked as a Top-10 Talent for 2015 Draft

Texas' Malcom Brown is the top interior defender available in the 2015 NFL draft. Forget Washington's Danny Shelton. Worry about Oklahoma's Jordan Phillips a little later in the first round. Florida State's Eddie Goldman doesn't quite...Show More Summary

Barry Sanders Reveals Which NFL Running Back He'd Choose to Start a Team with

The word of Barry Sanders carries a lot of weight when it comes to the discussion of running back talent. After winning the Heisman Trophy at Oklahoma State in 1988, Sanders went on to make the NFL Pro Bowl 10 times and was named first-team...Show More Summary

Cleveland Browns Fans Celebrate Johnny Manziel Pick Like There Is No Tomorrow

It’s difficult to understate what last night meant to the city of Cleveland. After watching its team trade down from the No. 4 pick and select Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert, many NFL fans—myself included—believed the Browns...Show More Summary

Mike Pettine Makes His Presence Felt Immediately by Adding Justin Gilbert

The Cleveland Browns made an unexpected series of moves that resulted in the team selecting Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert with the eighth-overall pick of the 2014 NFL draft. Originally in possession of the fourth-overall pick...Show More Summary

Justin Gilbert NFL Draft 2014: Grading Browns' 1st-Round Pick

Justin Gilbert was drafted eighth overall by the Cleveland Browns in the 2014 NFL draft. The former Oklahoma State Cowboy standout is arguably the best corner prospect in the class, and his potential was too much for the Browns to resist. Show More Summary

Cleveland Browns Select Justin Gilbert After Trade with Minnesota Vikings

Ending a dizzying process that included two switches of picks within the first eight selections, the Cleveland Browns got their man. The Browns selected Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert with the No. 8 overall pick following trades with the Minnesota Vikings and Buffalo Bills. Cleveland began its evening with the No. Show More Summary

Justin Gilbert NFL Draft 2014: Highlights, Scouting Report and Breakdown

Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State (HT: 6’0?”; WT: 202 lbs) NFL Comparison: Johnathan Joseph, CB, Houston Texans Highlights: Overall Strengths + Excellent size and arm length force difficult throws + Great linear speed with translatable...Show More Summary

Why Justin Gilbert Is the Most Exciting CB in the 2014 NFL Draft

You could use a lot of words to describe Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert. CBS Sports' scouting report contains 473 words of text about Gilbert. Nolan Nawrocki of wrote 506 words. But at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine,...Show More Summary

Should the Detroit Lions Draft Odell Beckham with the No. 10 Pick in the Draft?

Most of the prospect names tied to the Detroit Lions with the No. 10 overall pick in next week's NFL draft are familiar. From Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert to Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix onto UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr...Show More Summary

Daytawion Lowe Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Oklahoma State S

Daytawion Lowe, S, Oklahoma State (HT: 5’11½”; WT: 196 lbs) Positives Good size and frame for a free safety, standing nearly six feet with room to add muscle in an NFL conditioning program. The NFL prefers safeties over six feet andShow More Summary

Josh Stewart Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Oklahoma State WR

Josh Stewart, WR, Oklahoma State (HT: 5'10", WT: 178 lbs) Positives Excelled in the role of a possession receiver from the slot in Oklahoma State's offense. Quick acceleration off the snap. Does a nice job working against zone coverage,...Show More Summary

Brandon Weeden and Cowboys Agree on 2-Year Contract: Latest Details and Analysis

Quarterback Brandon Weeden's tenure with the Cleveland Browns left plenty to be desired, but the Oklahoma State product will get a fresh start in 2014 after signing a two-year contract with the Dallas Cowboys, according to Todd Archer...Show More Summary

Justin Gilbert: Scouting Combine Results and Instant Reaction

Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert has been regarded as one of the most athletic cornerbacks in this year's class, and he proved why on Tuesday at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine. The size-speed prospect put on a show, proving that...Show More Summary

Watch Justin Gilbert Run 40-Yard Dash at NFL Scouting Combine

Former Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert is trying to be the first defensive back taken in the 2014 NFL draft, and he was able to help himself out at the combine after showing off his speed in the 40-yard dash. You can see a GIF...Show More Summary

Justin Gilbert Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Oklahoma State CB

Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State (height: 6’0”; weight: 200 lbs) Positives Gilbert is a long strider but possesses elite speed over long distances. He easily runs with receivers on linear routes and can make up large amounts of yards...Show More Summary

Multiple Senators Attempting to End NFL's Not-for-Profit Status

Two United States senators are looking to try to end what is the NFL's not-for-profit tax status. Senators Tom Coburn, a Republican from Oklahoma, and Angus King, an Independent from Maine, are at the forefront of the movement. "This...Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Fact: Portland State has more players on Super Bowl XLVIII rosters than Auburn, Alabama, Oklahoma, Ohio State and South Carolina combined. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: SportsCenter Read more NFL news on

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