By Mark Gaughan
Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones is holding a private workout today for the Buffalo Bills. Jones is the latest QB on the Bills' scouting road trips. The Bills last week worked out West Virginia University's Geno Smith and Florida State University's E.J. Manuel.
Jones, 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds, was a four-year starter for the Sooners and compiled a 39-11 record. He's considered a third or fourth-round prospect for the NFL Draft. Jones had 123 touchdown passes and 52 interceptions for his career. He ranks third in NCAA history in completions, attempts and passing yards.
Each NFL team is allowed to bring 30 draft prospects to its headquarters for visits. Those visits do not include on-field workouts. Private workouts that are held on-campus or in a prospect's hometown are not included in the 30-visit limit.