Tide Announces Four Players Leaving Team for 2014 NFL Draft

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WHNT) – Today, Alabama Coach Nick Saban announced which players will leave the Crimson Tide this year.

At an emotional press conference, each player declared for the NFL draft and thanked the University of Alabama, the coaching staff, the players, and the fans for a wonderful experience.

Coach Nick Saban said, “These players are always going to be a part of the Alabama tradition and are always going to be a part of the Alabama football family.”

Players departing:

  • Ha ha Clinton Dix
  • Adrian Hubbard
  • Cyrus Kouandjio
  • Jeoffrey Pagan


    • lawson

      Hate to lose Pagan and Hubbard. Kouandjio and Dix I think are both overated. Hope we don’t lose anymore on defense

  • John Doe

    Get your money now. After playing in the NFL you can go back to college later if you want. Good for those guys!

    • Mary

      You Have Poor Sportsmanship. Win or Loose they all are Great Players!
      Have more love for others and yourself as Jesus! PLEASE STOP the NEGATIVITY.

    • Branko Pezdi

      You know, pal, MOST if not all college football programs in the country wish to have a “losing” record like the Tide under Saban. And I say this as a fan of both Auburn and FSU. You are typical of the classlessness that too many Tide fans seem to demonstrate.

    • the outlaw

      lol, that sugar bowl win meant way more to ou than it ever would have to bama. whens the last time ou did anything? loser. smh!

    • Branko Pezdi

      I didn’t see at first that you seem to be an Okie. My statement still stands, both with respect to you and to certain Alabama fans.

  • Kevin Leeth

    I honestly wish they would put something in to place where the players can be drafted but must complete their college degrees before they can play. i hope this does not happen to a single one of them but what if they got a serious injury during their first practice or something like that all that bonus money and contract money would be gone. Then there they would be no job, nothing to fall back on, facing a life time of medical bills.

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