Found January 05, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Landry Jones
According to,  Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones will return to school for his senior season. Just like Matt Barkley going back to USC,  with Jones remaining at Oklahoma,  this year’s quarterback class has once again taken a big hit. At one time there was thought that there would be four quarterbacks taken in the first round of this year’s draft and now it looks like only Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III will be taken in the first round.  

Landry Jones Returning to Oklahoma, Strengthens Draft Value of Luck, Griffin

Landry Jones announced Thursday he is returning to Oklahoma for his senior season instead of entering the NFL draft. Jones regressed in nearly every statistical category and finished with a worse record (10-3) than he did last season (12-2). Landry threw for 29 touchdowns and 15 interceptions a year after tossing 38 TDs and 12 picks. His 63.2 completion percentage was down from last...

Landry Jones' Return Cements Sooners As Big 12 Favorites In 2012

Once thought to be a near lock to leave early for the NFL draft, Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Landry Jones announced Thursday that he's coming back for another year in Norman. Did Jones make the right decision? To me, the answer is much like what I tell people when they ask me why I haven't given exotic dancing a try. Yes, the money and adulation are nice, but I just don...

Jones Elects to Return to OU

NORMAN, Okla. — All that NFL talk for Landry Jones will have to wait another year because the Sooner signal caller announced Thursday afternoon he is returning for his senior season.

Oklahoma QB Jones to return for senior season

Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones, the school's all-time leading passer, announced Thursday that he is returning to school for his senior year.

Sooners QB Jones to stay in school (AP)

Quarterback Landry Jones has decided to come back for his senior year at Oklahoma, saying "there is still a lot more to do." Jones said Thursday that it would be a great honor to play in the NFL, but with most of the offensive line, several receivers and defensive players returning, the team hopes to get another shot at a national championship.

Oklahoma’s Landry Jones won’t enter the NFL draft

A second quarterback who could have been a first-round draft pick in 2012 has decided to wait until 2013. Oklahoma’s Landry Jones announced today that he will return to school next season rather than enter the 2012 NFL draft. Jones joins USC’s Matt Barkley as a highly rated quarterback who decided to stay in the…

From the top: Landry Jones hits reset on Oklahoma’s championship push

Two months ago, this might have sounded slightly insane, but let this be a lesson in how quickly fortunes can change: Quarterback Landry Jones is returning for his senior season at Oklahoma, and in this case, frankly, the decision wasn't very tough. At least, it shouldn't have been. From a strictly business perspective, Jones' stock crashed hard over the last month of...

Oklahoma QB to return for his senior year

Oklahoma QB Landry Jones wants another shot at a national championship.

Forget Broncos drafting a QB in first round

That does it. Landry Jones going back to Oklahoma for his senior season all but eliminates the Broncos from taking a quarterback in the first round. With Jones and USC’s Matt Barkley spurning the 2012 NFL Draft, there are only two legit first-round quarterbacks _ Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. Somehow, Luck is not overhyped. He’s very much hyped. But he deserves all of it...
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