Today, Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford will showcase his surgically mended throwing shoulder in front of NFL scouts for the first time.

Not long after reinjuring his shoulder during the Texas game, Bradford underwent successful AC joint surgery performed by James Andrews on Oct. 28. Bradford’s medical evaluations at the NFL Scouting Combine revealed his shoulder was progressing according to plan.

Now Bradford, who’s been working toward regaining his form over the last three months in Pensacola, Fla., can prove he’s back to 100 percent.

Watching closely for any red flag will be Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo, who is expected to be among the numerous NFL personnel in Norman to watch Bradford today.

“Everything you hear about him, that’s said, it’s legit,” Spagnuolo told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch last week. “He walks into a room, you can see he’s a quarterback. That was impressive to me.”

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