The National Football League season will open with only five teams having no former Alabama players on their rosters. The Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers are carrying no former Crimson Tide players. Two of those four teams have coaches who played at Alabama, though.

A total of 54 former Alabama players are listed on rosters, with 48 players on main rosters and six on practice squads.

The Baltimore Ravens and Washington Redskins each have six former UA players. The Redskins’ roster includes Jonathan Allen, Ryan Anderson, Shaun Dion Hamilton, Arie Kouandjio, Da’Ron Payne and Cam Sims, although Kouandjio will start out the season on the injured reserve list. The Ravens have Anthony Averett, Bradley Bozeman, Marlon Humphrey, C.J. Mosley and Tim Williams on their main roster, and have picked up Cyrus Jones for their practice squad.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have five former Crimson Tide players: Marcell Dareus, Ronnie Harrison, Cam Robinson, Carson Tinker and T.J. Yeldon.

Three former Alabama players will begin the season on suspension: Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram II of the New Orleans Saints, four games for violation of the league’s performance enhancing substance policy; linebacker Reuben Foster of the San Francisco 49ers, two games for violations of the NFL’s personal conduct and substance abuse policy; and new York Jets wideout ArDarius Stewart, two games for violating the performance enhancing substance policy.

Jones is joined by J.C. Hassenauer (Atlanta Falcons), Levi Wallace (Buffalo Bills), Bo Scarbrough (Dallas Cowboys), Tony Brown (Green Bay Packers), Gehrig Dieter (Kansas City Chiefs) in the league on practice squads.

Alabama has had 77 players drafted in the last 10 years, including 26 in the first round and 23 more in the second and third rounds.

Here is a team-by-team list of former Alabama Crimson Tide players on NFL rosters as of Tuesday afternoon:

Atlanta Falcons

J.C. Hassenauer, center^

Julio Jones, wide receiver

Calvin Ridley, wide receiver

Arizona Cardinals

Andre Smith, offensive lineman

Baltimore Ravens

Anthony Averett, cornerback

Bradley Bozeman, center

Marlon Humphrey, cornerback

Cyrus Jones, cornerback^

C.J. Mosley, linebacker

Tim Williams, linebacker

Buffalo Bills

Robert Foster, wide receiver

Levi Wallace, cornerback^

Chicago Bears

Eddie Jackson, safety

Cincinnati Bengals

Dre Kirkpatrick, cornerback

Dallas Cowboys

Bo Scarbrough, running back^

Detroit Lions

Da’Shawn Hand, defensive lineman

A’Shawn Robinson, defensive tackle

Green Bay Packers

Tony Brown, cornerback^

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, safety

JK Scott, punter

Houston Texans

Kareem Jackson, safety

Indianapolis Colts

Ryan Kelly, center

Jacksonville Jaguars

Marcell Dareus, defensive tackle

Ronnie Harrison, safety

Cam Robinson, offensive lineman

Carson Tinker, long snapper

T.J. Yeldon, running back

Kansas City Chiefs

Gehrig Dieter, wide receiver^

Reggie Ragland, linebacker

Los Angeles Chargers

Damion Square, nose tackle

Los Angeles Rams

Mark Barron, inside linebacker

Miami Dolphins

Kenyan Drake, running back

Minkah Fitzpatrick, safety

New England Patriots

Dont’a Hightower, linebacker

New Orleans Saints

Mark Ingram II, running back%

New York Giants

Landon Collins, safety

Dalvin Tomlinson, defensive tackle

New York Jets

James Carpenter, guard

ArDarius Stewart, wide receiver%

Oakland Raiders

Amari Cooper, wide receiver

AJ McCarron, quarterback

Philadelphia Eagles

Chance Warmack, guard

San Francisco 49ers

Reuben Foster, linebacker%

Seattle Seahawks

D.J. Fluker, guard

Jarran Reed, defensive tackle

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

O.J. Howard, tight end

Tennessee Titans

Rashaan Evans, linebacker

Derrick Henry, running back

Washington Redskins

Jonathan Allen, defensive lineman

Ryan Anderson, linebacker

Shaun Dion Hamilton, linebacker

Arie Kouandjio, guard*

Da’Ron Payne, defensive lineman

Cam Sims, wide receiver


*Injured reserve

^Practice squad