Alabama running backs are all over the NFL, and three played in Sunday's Miami Dolphins-Tennessee Titans game.
Kenyan Drake and Derrick Henry, the Crimson Tide's two-headed backfield monster from last season's national championship squad, are rookies for the Dolphins and Titans, respectively. Fullback Jalston Fowler is in his second year for the Titans, acting as lead blocker for Henry and DeMarco Murray.
After the game, the three posed for a picture on the field at Hard Rock Stadium. Fowler and Drake traded jerseys, as many friends and former college teammates on different NFL teams do nowadays.
The Titans landed a big road win in Miami, 30-17. Henry ran the ball seven times for 54 yards in the win. Drake rushed twice for four yards, and caught two passes for 16 yards for the Dolphins.
On the season, Henry has 34 carries for 151 yards. Drake has 15 carries for 68 yards and a touchdown, and four catches for 27 yards. Fowler's main role is as a blocker, but he does have a 14 yard reception this season.