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Reuben Foster Issues Apology Letter To All 32 NFL Teams

Alabama linebacker Reuben Foster is taking the next steps after being sent home from the NFL Combine.

Yesterday, Foster appeared on Instagram live to discuss reports that he was sent home on Friday following an exchange with a medical worker he felt mistreated him.

Today, Foster's agent reportedly sent out a letter to all 32 NFL teams, in which the linebacker apologizes for what happened, saying the incident was caused by a misunderstanding. This news was reported by the NFL Network's Kim Jones, and you can view the video of Jones' report here.

Foster also has invited NFL team representatives to meet with him the night before Alabama's pro day this coming week so he can speak with them. He was unable to go through the interview process at the combine because of his early dismissal.

Foster is regarded as a likely first-round pick. He led the Crimson Tide with 115 tackles (13 for loss) and added five sacks and eight quarterback hurries last season.

For his efforts, he was named the Butkus Award winner for being the nation's top linebacker, the fourth time an Alabama player earned the honor.