The private workout tour continues for the Buffalo Bills. On Monday, the team announced that Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones is the next to be put through drills by the Bills' brass. He's the third confirmed private workout for a draft-eligible quarterback since the 2013 NFL Combine.

The 6-foot-4, 225-pound signal caller spent three seasons as the full-time starter at Oklahoma, taking over for former first overall pick Sam Bradford in 2010. Even in 2009, Jones played in 13 games as a freshman while Bradford struggled with an injury. Over his four year career, Jones has thrown for 16,646 yards, 123 touchdowns and 52 interceptions.

The Bills worked out West Virginia's Geno Smith and Florida State's E.J. Manuel since Friday, and have another workout scheduled with USC's Matt Barkley on an unknown date to this point. The private workouts do not take place at One Bills Drive, and do not account for one of the team's 30 permitted pre-draft visits.

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