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Oklahoma Sooners Football: Protective Order Filed Against Rodney Anderson

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Court records show that a protective order was filed against Anderson on Monday.

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UPDATE (Friday Afternoon): According to Nolan Clay of The Oklahoman, Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson has passed a polygraph test.

UPDATE (Wednesday Afternoon): According to Brooke Pryor of The Oklahoman, a criminal charge for Anderson is considered “unlikely” due to evidence.

“Anderson, 21, has not been arrested and a criminal charge is considered unlikely under the circumstances. Among the evidence in Anderson's favor are text messages sent to him by the woman since Nov. 16, sources told The Oklahoman.”

UPDATE (Tuesday afternoon): Rodney Anderson took to Twitter for the first time since the allegations made against him to defend himself. The validity of the Twitter account was initially questioned, but the tweet was shared by Anderson on his Instagram account and retweeted by his mother.

UPDATE (9:41 AM): Anderson and his attorney have released a statement denying the accusations.

UPDATE (8:30 AM): According to Brooke Pryor of The Oklahoman, Rodney Anderson has been accused of rape.

ORIGINAL: According to Cleveland County court records, a protective order was filed against Oklahoma Sooners running back Rodney Anderson on Monday. The specific allegation has not been released.

Anderson has rushed for 960 yards and 11 touchdowns to go along with 285 receiving yards and five touchdowns in 2017.

According to the records, Anderson is scheduled for a Dec. 18 court hearing. We’ll update the story as new information comes to light.