Here is a look at how former University of Alabama players in the National Football League who were on rosters at the end of the season performed in 2017-18:

Jonathan Allen, Washington Redskins defensive tackle, started and played five games, making 10 tackles with a sack before going on reserve/injured status

Ryan Anderson, Washington Redskins linebacker, played in 14 games, making 14 tackles

Mark Barron, Los Angeles Rams linebacker, started and played in 15 games, making 95 tackles with three interceptions, four passes defended and a sack

James Carpenter, New York Jets guard, started 16 games and recovered two fumbles

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Green Bay Packers safety, started 16 games, making 79 tackles with three interceptions and six passes defended

Landon Collins, New York Giants safety, started 15 games, making 99 tackles with two interceptions, two fumble recoveries, six passes defended and a forced fumble before going on reserve/injured status

Amari Cooper, Oakland Raiders receiver, played in 14 games with 12 starts, catching 48 passes for 680 yards and seven touchdowns with one carry for 4 yards

Marcell Dareus, defensive tackle, played in five games with three starts for the Buffalo Bills, making 4 tackles with a sack, and played in 11 games with one start for the Jacksonville Jaguars, making 31 tackles with 3 sacks

Quinton Dial, Green Bay Packers defensive lineman, played in 13 games with two starts, making 17 tackles and defending a pass

Gehrig Dieter, Kansas City Chiefs receiver, did not play (practice squad)

Kenyan Drake, Miami Dolphins running back, rushed for 644 yards and 2 touchdowns on 133 carries, caught 23 passes for 239 yards and a touchdown and returned 13 kickoffs for 397 yards and a touchdown

D.J. Fluker, New York Giants guard, played in 9 games with 6 starts before going on reserve/injured status

Reuben Foster, San Francisco 49ers linebacker, started and played in 10 games, making 72 tackles with a pass defended

Brandon Greene, Chicago Bears offensive lineman, played in one game, catching a pass for 5 yards

Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans running back, played in 18 games with 4 starts, rushing for 928 yards and 6 touchdowns on 211 carries and caught 16 passes for 192 yards and a touchdown

Dont’a Hightower, New England Patriots linebacker, started and played in 5 games, making 14 tackles with 2 sacks before going on reserve/injured status

O.J. Howard, Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end, started and played in 14 games, catching 26 passes for 432 yards with 6 touchdowns before going on reserve/injured status

Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore Ravens cornerback, played in 16 games with 5 starts, making 34 tackles with 2 interceptions

Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints running back, played in 17 games with 14 starts, rushing for 1,171 yards on 249 carries with 12 touchdowns and caught 60 passes for 432 yards

Eddie Jackson, Chicago Bears defensive back, started 16 games, making 70 tackles with 3 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery for an touchdown, two interceptions with one returned for a touchdown and 6 passes defended

Kareem Jackson, Houston Texans cornerback, played in 16 games with 14 starts with 72 tackles, 10 passes defended and a forced fumble

Cyrus Jones, New England Patriots cornerback, did not play (reserve/injured all season)

Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons receiver, started 18 games with 106 receptions for 1,639 yards and 4 touchdowns and rushed for 28 yards on 2 carries

Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis Colts center, started and played in 7 games before going on reserve/injured status

Dre Kirkpatrick, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback, started and played in 14 games, making 55 tackles with 14 passes defended, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery and 1 interception

Korren Kirven, New York Jets offensive lineman, did not play (practice squad)

Arie Kouandjio, Washington Redskins guard, played in 8 games with 6 starts

Cyrus Kouandjio, Denver Broncos tackle, played in 3 games with a start

Eddie Lacy, Seattle Seahawks running back, played in 9 games with 3 starts, rushing for 179 yards on 69 carries with 6 catches for 47 yards

AJ McCarron, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback, played 3 games, completing 7 of 14 passes for 6 6yards

C.J. Mosley, Baltimore Ravens linebacker, started 16 games, making 132 tackles with 8 passes defended, 2 interceptions, 3 forced fumble and 2 fumble recoveries

Reggie Ragland, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker, played in 13 games with 11 starts, making 53 tackles with a fumble recovery.

Jarran Reed, Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle, started and played in 15 games, making 45 tackles with 1.5 sacks, a pass defended and 1 forced fumble

A’Shawn Robinson, Detroit Lions defensive tackle, started 16 games with 53 tackles, an interception returned for a touchdown, 6 passes defended and a forced fumble with half a sack

Cam Robinson, Jacksonville Jaguars tackle, started 18 games and recovered 2 fumbles

Andre Smith, Cincinnati Bengals tackle, played in 13 games with 8 starts before going on reserve/injured status

Damion Square, Los Angles Chargers defensive tackle, played in 16 games, making 19 tackles with 3 passes defended and a fumble recovery

Anthony Steen, Miami Dolphins guard, started and played in 6 games before going on reserve/injured status

ArDarius Stewart, New York Jets receiver, played in 15 games with 2 starts, catching 6 passes for 82 yards, rushing for 27 yards on 7 carries and returning 9 kickoffs for 173 yards

Ed Stinson, New York Jets defensive lineman, played in 4 games, making 1 tackle before going no reserve/injured status

Carson Tinker, Jacksonville Jaguars long snapper, did not play (reserve/injured all season)

Dalvin Tomlinson, New York Giants defensive tackle, started 16 games, making 50 tackles with a sack and a pass defended

Courtney Upshaw, Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle, played in 13 games, making 9 tackles with a sack and a forced fumble

Chance Warmack, Philadelphia Eagles guard, played in 11 games with 3 starts

DeAndrew White, Houston Texans receiver, played in 2 games with a start, returning 4 punts for 3 yards

Tim Williams, Baltimore Ravens linebacker, played in 8 games, making 6 tackles

T.J. Yeldon, Jacksonville Jaguars running back, played in 12 games, rushing for 298 yards and a touchdown on 59 carries and catching 35 passes for 287 yards

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