Former Alabama defensive lineman Jarran Reed announced that he would be leaving the Seahawks. After being drafted by Seattle in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft and spending five seasons in the Pacific Northwest, the Alabama alumnus will be looking to take his talents elsewhere.
It’s the calm before the storm. NFL teams are finishing up their homework, preparing for the 2016 NFL draft. The mock drafts are all complete, but now we'll find out where the country's top college talent will head next.
The University of Alabama will send another group of players to the next level to continue annual passage from Tuscaloosa to the league