Steelers pick up Oklahoma QB in NFL draft

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have taken Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones in the fourth round of the NFL draft.

Jones passed for 16,646 yards and 123 touchdowns in four seasons with the Sooners.

To get Jones, the Steelers gave the Dolphins a 2014 third round pick for Miami’s pick in fourth round this year.

The six players added via the draft on Saturday were Shamarko Thomas from Syracuse and Jones on the fourth round; Illinois CB Terry Hawthorne on the fifth round; Oklahoma WR Justin Brown (formerly of Penn State) and Florida State ILB Vince Williams on the sixth round; and DE Nick Williams from Samford on the seventh round.

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