Former Alabama Running Back Makes Next Career Move
Former Alabama running back Mark Ingram is headed to FOX Sports to join Big Noon Kickoff this fall.
"FOX Sports adds another Heisman winner to its impressive lineup of on-air broadcasters, welcoming former Alabama star running back, National Champion and three-time NFL Pro-Bowler Mark Ingram II to BIG NOON KICKOFF beginning this fall," wrote FOX Sports in the official press release.
Ingram spent three seasons at the Capstone (2008-10), recording 572 rush attempts for 3,261 yards and 42 touchdowns as well as 60 receptions for 670 yards and four touchdowns.
He became the Crimson Tide's first Heisman Trophy winner in 2009.
The N.J. native was drafted as the No. 28 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints, where he spent his first eight seasons of his professional career.
His other stints include the Baltimore Ravens (2019-20), Houston Texans (2021), and Saints (2021-22).
Ingram recorded 1,817 rush attempts for 8,111 yards, and 65 touchdowns, as well as 303 receptions for 2,125 yards and ten touchdowns in the NFL.
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