The final crew slot on the SEC Network’s pregame show “SEC Nation” has reportedly been filled by a former Alabama player.

If you missed the news, the SEC Network’s pregame show will be undergoing a massive shakeup this season as Paul Finebaum and Marcus Spears are leaving the program while Jordan Rodgers is stepping into an analyst role alongside Tim Tebow on the program. Laura Rutledge is expected to stay on to host the program.

With Tebow, Rodgers and Rutledge on board to serve as crew for “SEC Nation,” ESPN/SEC Network has been searching for one final chair to fill on the show and according to Outkick the Coverage, former Alabama player and longtime New Orlean Saint Roman Harper has accepted the position.

Harper played at Alabama during the 2003-2005 seasons before playing in the NFL from 2006 until 2016. During his 11 seasons in the NFL, Harper played nine of them in New Orleans.

Following the report of Finebaum moving on from “SEC Nation,” the SEC Network host declined to comment until given permission to do so by ESPN but did offer up his thoughts on Rodgers, provided the report of the former Vanderbilt quarterback moving into a slot on “SEC Nation” is accurate.

“I think what he’s really famous for is being a good commentator. Rodgers is one of my favorite ones at ESPN,” Finebaum said of Rodgers. “If that report is true, then I wholeheartedly endorse the decision.”