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It's that time of the year as well. Keep track of former Bama players in the National Football league in this thread.
 

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He's gonna have me tuning in each week to watch this 300 lb bar of soap do his thing.
 

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2019 NFL DRAFT
Round
Pick
Player
Pos
Team
$
1​
3​
Quinnen Williams​
DT​
New York Jets​
$32,529,371​
1​
11​
Jonah Williams​
OT​
Cincinnati Bengals​
$17,630,166​
1​
24​
Josh Jacobs​
RB​
Oakland Raiders​
$11,933,398​
2​
50​
Irv Smith Jr.​
TE​
Minnesota Vikings​
$5,798,436​
3​
87​
Damien Harris​
RB​
New England Patriots​
$3,631,319​
4​
115​
Christian Miller​
LB​
Carolina Panthers​
$3,254,208​
5​
139​
Deionte Thompson​
S​
Arizona Cardinals​
$2,868,832​
5​
153​
Ross Pierschbacher​
G​
Washington Redskins​
$2,830,824​
5​
155​
Mack Wilson​
LB​
Cleveland Browns​
$2,828,804​
6​
192​
Isaiah Buggs​
DT​
Pittsburgh Steelers​
$2,688,632​
$$85,993,990
 

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I would be happy with the difference in the title and the total.
 

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Huge difference in 1st round money and the others. I think I could still be ok with that 6th round money...
 

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2019 NFL DRAFT
Round
Pick
Player
Pos
Team
$
1​
3​
Quinnen Williams​
DT​
New York Jets​
$32,529,371​
1​
11​
Jonah Williams​
OT​
Cincinnati Bengals​
$17,630,166​
1​
24​
Josh Jacobs​
RB​
Oakland Raiders​
$11,933,398​
2​
50​
Irv Smith Jr.​
TE​
Minnesota Vikings​
$5,798,436​
3​
87​
Damien Harris​
RB​
New England Patriots​
$3,631,319​
4​
115​
Christian Miller​
LB​
Carolina Panthers​
$3,254,208​
5​
139​
Deionte Thompson​
S​
Arizona Cardinals​
$2,868,832​
5​
153​
Ross Pierschbacher​
G​
Washington Redskins​
$2,830,824​
5​
155​
Mack Wilson​
LB​
Cleveland Browns​
$2,828,804​
6​
192​
Isaiah Buggs​
DT​
Pittsburgh Steelers​
$2,688,632​
$$85,993,990
OKay! Who think that NE, Carolina, Cards, Redskins,Brown, Steelers! Got a bargain on those deals?
 

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Steals ranked IMO

1. Pats (Damien)
2. Steelers (Buggs)
3. Panthers (Miller)
4. Browns (Wilson)

Jets didn't steal Q but they got a damn good value for their money. I believe he will be franchise player on Defense and an all around leader on adn off field
 

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OKay! Who think that NE, Carolina, Cards, Redskins,Brown, Steelers! Got a bargain on those deals?
In consecutive years, the Steelers actually drafted a Bama player. Frazier left football after spending the season on the practice squad. Frazier being a non-factor is what surprised me that Tomlin and crew took a chance (albeit a 6th round chance...which is better than Frazier (7th round)) on Buggs. That moron Tomlin is going to learn that he has greatly underestimated Bama's productivity really soon. I don't think Buggs will just be a practice squad player.
 

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With so many Bama guys signing huge contracts recently makes you wonder if any have surpassed Marcell Dareus' career earnings? Maybe Julio when he gets his latest contract with the Falcons.
 

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Pretty close to my retirement package.... hope those guys can live on what peanuts they sell their talent for
 

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In consecutive years, the Steelers actually drafted a Bama player. Frazier left football after spending the season on the practice squad. Frazier being a non-factor is what surprised me that Tomlin and crew took a chance (albeit a 6th round chance...which is better than Frazier (7th round)) on Buggs. That moron Tomlin is going to learn that he has greatly underestimated Bama's productivity really soon. I don't think Buggs will just be a practice squad player.
Not to sidetrack this thread but I am so over Mike T and Ben R. Both have overstayed their usefulness
 

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Was never a big fan of the steel curtain bunch. I guess I never got over the 4th down immaculate reception stuff against my beloved Kenny Stabler lead Raiders. Stabler had just scored the go-ahead TD with about a minute to go on a 30-yard run. It was the first playoff win for the young steelers and after that year, there was no stopping them.
 
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Best of luck to all those Bama players. Hoping they all have injury luck in the coming years. Truth is those from round 3-6 have been paid most all of their guaranteed money in year one. Making the roster for year 2 and forward will be a big deal as well as good money.
 

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Doesn’t change the fact he could have made a lot more $, but Mack Wilson looked ready for prime time last night. 2 picks and a TD! First one was easy on terrible throw but showed a lot of speed/athleticism on return and 2nd one was a great play.

Cyrus has a pick 6 as well.

Anyone else worth mentioning?

(Didn’t see any evidence Damien Harris played last night. Is he hurt?)
 

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Didn't Robert Foster have a diving catch last night as well?
 

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