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Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports
Alabama defensive end Jonathan Allen and linebacker Reuben Foster have declined their Senior Bowl invites.

Both players are expected to selected early in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft.


Allen recorded 69 tackles and 10.5 sacks this past season. Foster led the team with 115 tackles, 13 for a loss, and five sacks.
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The senior bowl must steroid test
Reply70 months
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I would't expect high first rounders to play in that game.
Reply71 months
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Why play for free anymore.....that would be dumb.
Reply71 months
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It's been a long time since either of them has played for free.
71 months
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Drug tests before the Senior bowl scared them off. Typical
Reply71 months
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They are giving up their spots to others with draft aspirations. They are guaranteed top half of the 1st Rd. Would have loved to see Eddie Jackson improve his draft stock at the Senior Bowl. That injury is going to cost him a lot of money.
Reply71 months
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Eddie Jackson is dead to me.
71 months
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J/K - I wish the kid the best.
71 months
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Lololol... They knew they'd be going against Clemson again. Didn't want that trouble.
Reply71 months
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wouldn't matter, deshaun backed out too. without deshaun, they win by 4 scores.
71 months
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Such a small little man...
71 months
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Clemson and Alabama players play for the same team at the Senior Bowl.
71 months
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There is nothing for them to gain by playing in the senior bowl
Reply71 months
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How long does it take for the PEDs to clear out of your system?
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