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2015 Schedule
14-1, 1st in SEC - West

You know Bama will always boast talent

There's no denying that even after a mass exodus of draft talent at the end of last season, the Tide will simply reload. Is it enough to top Ohio State's 12 selected players this year? Teams with most 2017 draft talent (Insider)

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Would Browns draft Williams?

Cleveland will be rooting against Philadelphia as hard as anyone next season because the Browns own the Eagles' first pick. With quickness and power, OLB Tim WIlliams would be an interesting pick for the Browns if they end up with a second pick in the first round that's particularly high. Way-too-early 2017 mock draft (Insider)

SEC 2017 WR recruiting off to slow start (3:04)
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Eddie Jackson the Jedi?

He'll be the leader of the Crimson Tide's defense as one of the few returning starters. He'll be leaned on to lead Bama's empire as it tries to strike back yet again at the college football universe. May the No. 4s be with you

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ESPN 300: Where the SEC stands

Though Alabama is off to a tremendous start, Georgia isn't far behind with eight commits, including six ranked in the ESPN 300.

Hamilton has coaching potential

Our college football writers selected a player from each of Schlabach's top 25 teams who they think could fill the role as head coach. Alabama's roster likely has a few guys who could grow into future coaches, but junior linebacker Shaun Dion Hamilton might have the best coaching mold. Coach 'em up

Bama faces behemoth of a schedule

According to ESPN's FPI, Alabama's schedule is the fifth-hardest in FBS. September may have the real teeth on the slate, but a stretch in October isn't going to be a day at the beach, either. Toughest schedules (Insider)

Davis' resignation tied to potential NCAA infractions (3:30)

Who will be Bama's QB?

Another year, another QB race for an Alabama team that seems to have everything else in place on offense. The future is already on campus in Tuscaloosa, but which path will Nick Saban & Co. go down? Contenders with worst QB situations (Insider)

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Titans coach Mike Mularkey called DeMarco Murray shortly after the team drafter Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry in the second round. Coach told the veteran, "You're still going to be the guy who carries the load for us." There won't be drop off when you come out.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans drafted Derrick Henry 45th in the second round. The last time a Heisman Trophy running back was drafted outside the first round was 1951 when Dick Kazmaier was a 15th-round pick. He never played in the NFL, opting to go to business school. Two other Heisman RBs were undrafted in the common draft. Mike Rozier went in the supplemental draft (as a first-round pick). Pete Dawkins pursued a military career.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

New Titans RB Derrick Henry lists Eddie George as his football role model. He'll have an easy connection with his fellow Heisman Trophy-winner after being drafted by the same franchise that selected George 14th overall in 1996 -- when Henry was 2 years old.

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Bama boys among Mel's favorite picks

Mel Kiper Jr. was surprised to see Crimson Tide defensive tackles A'Shawn Robinson and Jarran Reed sliding well into Round 2, but the Lions and Seahawks, respectively, became the beneficiaries. Winners and question marks (Insider)

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Ragland was the right pick for Buffalo

Todd McShay had Reggie Ragland ranked as the 18th-best player in the draft class. What Ragland lacks in pass coverage he more than makes up for in other attributes. Best/riskiest picks of Day 2 (Insider)

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Reed was the right pick for Seattle

The Seahawks got the player who, according to Todd McShay, is the best interior run defender in this draft class. Jarran Reed was not only great value at No. 49, but also filled a need for the team as well. Best/riskiest picks of Round 2 (Insider)

Five Alabama players drafted in Round 2 (3:36)

Highlights: Kenyan Drake

Miami selected Kenyan Drake with the No. 73 overall pick. Check out the running back's film here.


Highlights: Cyrus Jones

New England used its first selection of the draft on Cyrus Jones. Check out the newest Patriot's film here.

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