Former Alabama wideout Slade Bolden was waived early Tuesday afternoon. Bolden went undrafted in the 2022 NFL draft and was picked up by the Baltimore Ravens only two hours after the draft ended.

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Bolden was a consistent pass-catcher during his three seasons at the Capstone. Posting 712 yards on 68 catches and 4 touchdowns during his time at Alabama. He was also a key contributor in the SEC Championship and National Championship game, and came up clutch with an overtime touchdown in the Iron Bowl.

Bolden also announced via his Twitter Tuesday that he has been diagnosed with a Sports Hernia, and is set to undergo surgery this week.

We hope for Bolden to have a speedy recovery and wish him all the best in continuing his career in the NFL.

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