Alabama fills Senior Bowl roster
MOBILE, Ala. -- Top-ranked Alabama will have four All-Americans playing in the Senior Bowl.
Cornerback Javier Arenas, offensive guard Mike Johnson, nose guard Terrence Cody and placekicker Leigh Tiffin have accepted invitations to play in the NFL audition for top senior prospects, Senior Bowl officials announced Saturday.
All four were first-team AP All-Americans. Crimson Tide tight end Colin Peek is also set to play in the game on Jan. 30.
This is the first time four All-Americans from the same team have played in the game.
The group led the Tide into the BCS national title game on Jan. 7 against No. 2 Texas in Pasadena, Calif.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press
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