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Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Former Alabama defensive tackle Josh Chapman, who payed in Tuscaloosa from 2007-2011 has joined the Crimson Tide’s staff, according to AL.com:
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The former nose tackle who played at Alabama from 2007-11 is back in Tuscaloosa full time now. He is currently serving as the an assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Crimson Tide. He's been a visible member of the staff early in the spring practice routine and during the March 9 pro day.
Chapman spent the last four seasons in the NFL before the Colts cut him last September.
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TailbackU99 months
He'll be in charge of the high school grade changing strategy for the Tahd.
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MoarKilometers99 months
Ironic from an auburn fan... I'm FAIRLEY certain you guys have your guy waiting once he finishes being a bust. Good news is he picked up enough arrests since college to fit in.
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CCTider99 months
Good hire. He was a weight room monster.
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