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Alabama’s BCS National Championship team from 2011 has produced 39 NFL players

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Trent Richardson was the face of the 2011 BCS National Championship team

Alabama Crimson Tide are a popular college football team and a powerhouse, but did you know that the 2011 BCS National Championship team produced Thirty-nine NFL players on a current roster in the NFL?

Players on the 2011 Alabama team who are in the NFL today include:


Arizona Cardinals: Guard Anthony Steen, defensive lineman Ed Stinson.


Baltimore Ravens: Linebacker C.J. Mosley, safety Nick Perry, linebacker Courtney Upshaw.


Buffalo Bills: Offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio.


Carolina Panthers: Safety Robert Lester.


Chicago Bears: Tight end Brian Vogler.


Cincinnati Bengals: Linebacker Nico Johnson, cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick, quarterback AJ McCarron.


Detroit Lions: Linebacker Jerrell Harris, tight end Michael Williams (who’s now an offensive tackle).


Green Bay Packers: Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, linebacker Adrian Hubbard, running back Eddie Lacy, punter Cody Mandell.


Houston Texans: Defensive lineman Jeoffrey Pagan.


Indianapolis Colts: Defensive tackle Josh Chapman.


Jacksonville Jaguars: Long snapper Carson Tinker.


Miami Dolphins: Wide receiver Christion Jones.


Minnesota Vikings: Offensive tackle Austin Shepherd.


New England Patriots: Linebacker Xzavier Dickson, linebacker Dont’a Hightower.


New Orleans Saints: Safety Vinnie Sunseri.


New York Jets: Cornerback Dee Milliner.


Oakland Raiders: Running back Trent Richardson.


San Diego Chargers: Offensive tackle D.J. Fluker, defensive lineman Damion Square.


San Francisco 49ers: Defensive lineman Quinton Dial, wide receiver DeAndrew White.


Seattle Seahawks: Wide receiver Kevin Norwood, defensive tackle Jesse Williams.


St. Louis Rams: Safety Mark Barron, offensive tackle Barrett Jones (who now plays center and guard), tight end Brad Smelley.


Tennessee Titans: Fullback Jalston Fowler, guard Chance Warmack.


Washington Redskins: Offensive tackle Arie Kouandjio.

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