One of the nation's top-ranked kickers has committed to Alabama.
by: Mark Inabinett | email@example.com — Alabama Live 12h
The leaders of the Atlanta Falcons said they're unconcerned about Julio Jones' absence from the NFL team's offseason program.
by: Mark Inabinett | firstname.lastname@example.org — Alabama Live 16h
The Washington Redskins waived guard Arie Kouandjio on Tuesday with an injury designation, the first step toward putting the former Alabama standout on injured reserve for the 2018 season.
by: Matt Zenitz | email@example.com — Alabama Live 17h
One of Alabama's incoming freshmen may have to wait a little longer before being able to join the Crimson Tide.
by: Mark Heim | firstname.lastname@example.org — Alabama Live 18h
Dr. Pepper statement on Larry Culpepper: "We've decided to take our football-related advertising in a new creative direction and are planning an all-new campaign this season."
by: Mark Heim | email@example.com — Alabama Live 21h
The Alabama-Louisville line has moved a bit, and check out the early lines for Troy and South Alabama.
by: Matt Mitchell, The Ostrich — Alabama Live 21h
Typically reserved for coaching staff, Saban's wildly successful coaching rehabilitation program is making an exception for the recently unemployed Culpepper.
by: Matt Zenitz | firstname.lastname@example.org — Alabama Live 24h
Alabama confirmed the hiring of Bob Welton as its director of player personnel on Tuesday.
by: Creg Stephenson | email@example.com — Alabama Live 24h
The biggest graduate transfer news of this offseason has come out of Baton Rouge, where former Ohio State quarterback Joe Burrow has signed with LSU and will be eligible to play this season.
by: Mark Inabinett | firstname.lastname@example.org — Alabama Live 22 May
Former Alabama standout Eddie Jackson is preparing for his second NFL season with the Chicago Bears.
by: Michael Casagrande | email@example.com — Alabama Live 22 May
We asked former players which SEC stadium was the most difficult for road games.
by: Mark Heim | firstname.lastname@example.org — Alabama Live 22 May
Dr. Pepper's fictitious spokesman and self-proclaimed inventor of the College Football Playoff will no longer be a part of the company's ad campaigns.