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Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown signs autographs during NFL football training camp, Thursday, July 25, 2019, in Owings Mills, Md. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Outside of Kyler Murray, who's thriving so far with the Arizona Cardinals in preseason camp, here's a look at how some of Oklahoma's other 2019 draft picks are doing this August.  

• Marquise Brown, the first receiver taken this spring, passed his physical for the Baltimore Ravens. But early last week the former Sooner was still working at half speed, according to NBC.

• Three of OU’s four offensive linemen drafted this year are in the mix for playing time. Ben Powers is taking repetitions with the starting guards in Baltimore, per the organization. Cody Ford was taking reps with the starting tackles with the Buffalo Bills, according to WGR radio. Dru Samia has reportedly been working with the Minnesota Vikings’ third team.

• Former OU running back Rodney Anderson, a sixth-round pick to the Bengals, was moved to the Physically Unable to Perform list, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Anderson tore his ACL last September and by rule will miss the first six weeks of regular-season practice if he’s not healthy by the opener.

• Austin Seibert has had better days. The Athletic recently detailed the former OU kicker and Greg Joseph’s kicking struggles in a live scrimmage.

“It’s practice. He’s going to get it ironed out. He’s working on it,” Baker Mayfield, Seibert’s old OU teammate, told reporters.