Alabama Football’s Henry To’oTo’o is retiring from the Senior Bowl

Alabama football linebacker Henry To’oTo’o will not be attending the Senior Bowl in Mobile because of an injury, a bowl official confirmed to The Tuscaloosa News.

To’oTo’o was previously on the list, but he is no longer on the list as of this week. He played the last two seasons for the Crimson Tide, beginning as an inside linebacker. To’oTo’o joined the Crimson Tide after two seasons with the Tennessee Volunteers.

Safety Jordan Battle, after initially accepting his invitation, is also no longer on the list.

Alabama players still on the roster as of Monday’s Senior Bowl week practices include safety DeMarcco Hellams, defensive tackle DJ Dale, defensive end Byron Young, offensive lineman Emil Ekiyor Jr., offensive lineman Tyler Steen and tight end Cameron Latin

Senior Bowl practice is Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and the game is Saturday (1:30 p.m. NFL Network).

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Tuscaloosa News’ Chase Goodbread contributed to this report.

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