In the mid-1980s, Bobby Humphrey came onto the scene in Tuscaloosa as one of the best running backs in college football with more than 1,200 yards as a sophomore and a junior.

Three decades later, Marlon Humphrey carried the family's legacy at Alabama as defensive back on the 2015 national championship team and the 2016 SEC championship squad.

In a less than 11 weeks, Marlon Humphrey will hit the field for his third season as a defensive back for the Baltimore Ravens. Over his first two seasons in the NFL, the former Crimson Tide star has 61 tackles, 26 pass deflections and four interceptions.

During Wednesday's edition of Inside the Locker Room, Marlon Humphrey talked about life in the NFL and reflected on playing for the Crimson Tide.

The member of the Baltimore Ravens discussed various topics including the differences in coaching at the collegiate and professional level, being mentored by Nick Saban at Alabama, the meaning of "The Process" and how he has managed his money.

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