Shaun Alexander has been where Derrick Henry wants to go. The former Tide running back was drafted in the first round (19th) of the 2000 NFL Draft. In 2005, he led the league in rushing (1,880 yards) for the second straight season, becoming one of only four running backs at the time to record consecutive 20-touchdown seasons – the other three were Priest Holmes and two NFL Hall of Famers: Emmitt Smith, and Marshall Faulk—and led the Seattle Seahawks to Super Bowl XL, where they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was named the league’s 2005 Most Valuable Player.

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