The Detroit Lions have selected Oklahoma linebacker Travis Lewis in the seventh round of the NFL draft.
Detroit drafted him No. 223 overall Saturday.
Lewis, who is from San Antonio, was the third former Sooners standout drafted by Detroit.
The Lions took wide receiver Ryan Broyles in the second round and Ronnell Lewis, who can play defensive end or outside linebacker, in the fourth...
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April 28, 2012
Ronnell Lewis OLB Oklahoma #56
Extremely versatile player with experience at strong-side linebacker and defensive end. Explosive pass rusher; quick off the snap and does a great job staying low to blow past taller offensive tackles, especially when lining up with his hand on the ground. Reliable wrap-up tackler who can also deliver the big...
After confirming that Ronnell Lewis would be academically ineligible for Oklahoma’s bowl game, head coach Bob Stoops was quoted as saying it might be in Lewis’ “best interest to go on to the NFL.” Consider the sage advice heeded, Coach Stoops. In a pair of statements, the defensive end and his now-former head coach acknowledged…
Oklahoma junior defensive end Ronnell Lewis announced Thursday that he will skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft.
January 05, 2012
Oklahoma junior defensive end Ronnell Lewis made it official Thursday announcing his intention to skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft.
After missing the last two games with a sprained MCL he sustained against Baylor, Oklahoma DE/LB Ronnell Lewis will miss the Insight Bowl as well, although for a different reason. Coach Bob Stoops confirmed today that Lewis didn’t meet the academic requirements for the fall semester and has been ruled ineligible for the Sooners’ game against Iowa.…
If Oklahoma’s going to rebound from a loss that all but officially knocked them out of the BcS title hunt, they’ll have to do so without the services of one of their top players on the defensive side of the ball. Head coach Bob Stoops confirmed Monday that Ronnell Lewis suffered a sprained MCL in…
If No. 5 Oklahoma is going to hold on against Baylor and keep their BCS championship hopes alive — USC currently leads No. 4 Oregon 38-20 in the third quarter — they’ll have to do so without linebacker Ronnell Lewis. Lewis fell down and clutched his knee in the first half of tonight’s game and…