Update: OU football player bonds out after being jailed in Grady County

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GRADY COUNTY, Okla. — Cornerback Jordan Thomas was arrested Saturday for failing to appear in court.

A bench warrant was issued when Thomas didn’t show up to court after getting a traffic ticket.

Court records show Thomas was given a ticket for going 94 in a 75 mph zone.

He was sent a notice that his license had been suspended Oct. 1 and a warrant was issued Nov. 19 for his failure to appear.

Thomas bonded out Monday, paying $321.50 to cover the ticket and any additional court costs.

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