The Alabama football team went through its seventh of 15 spring practices Monday at the Thomas-Drew practice fields, two days after the Crimson Tide defense held the upper hand in UA's first spring scrimmage.
Position groupings looked much the same as they did on Saturday, although linebacker Cory Reamer worked at the weakside for the first time this spring.
Reamer, a junior-to-be, was a weakside reserve last season but opened the spring at strongside. On Monday, he was back at weakside working with the second group behind Jimmy Johns. The first group of linebackers remained unchanged, including 'Jack' linebacker Brandon Fanney, who worked at defensive end early in the spring.
Other notables from Monday:
*** The Tide showed some mixed drills during the individual periods, with the offensive tackles pairing off with tight ends under the instruction of new tight ends coach Bobby Williams. The inside linebackers and the secondary also worked together.