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    "Really positive. I thought the whole workout was positive. I think he answered a lot of questions for a lot of people today. It's another piece. It's an important piece but it's a piece."

    Rams general manager Billy Devaney

    "He hit every ball, he was dead on it and looked great. This is what you'd hope happens and he did a beautiful job. He lived up to it. He did what he needed to do today. It's a big day for Sam, too, after all of the time off. He came through in the kind of manner you would expect a big-timer to come through."

    Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll

    "I knew he was going to be at his best. Sam is the best, man. He's a beast. That's why I call him King Sam."

    Former Oklahoma teammate Gerald McCoy

    "I thought I did very well today. I showed a wide variety of throws. I didn't just come out and show the basic things; I showed some in the gun, on the move and different throws. I think I showed everyone that I can still make all the throws and my shoulder is just what it was before I got hurt. At the end of the day, it's still just a workout. I'm not going to go to the NFL and throw routes on air to guys. I'm going to have to play against a very good defense week in and week out."

    Sam Bradford

    "The guy was fantastic. The thing that is a little surprising is he had the velocity on the ball he did. He's only been throwing the ball for four weeks. I would imagine it's like baseball pitchers, you build up your arm strength. The guy threw every route. He did not throw one bad pass. It's a very catchable ball, he moves around well, he carries himself well. I think he's got a very, very bright future ahead of him." draft analyst and former Cowboys executive Gil Brandt

    "I think he more than answered questions that he is ready to go. I don't think there is any question that he is where he was, but even further along."

    Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops

    Sources: Associated Press, New York Times, Dallas Morning News