The Washington Redskins picked up a number of new fans in Alabama when the team drafted teammates Jonathan Allen and Ryan Anderson in the 207 NFL Draft. 

The two defensive standouts from the Crimson Tide's SEC championship team were the first two picks for Washington this year and immediately bolster one of the NFL's worst defenses in 2016. Allen, who grew up in neighboring Virginia, was taken 17th overall while Anderson went in the second round at 49th overall.

On Monday, the team shared some pictures of the two decked out in their new uniforms. Allen will be wearing No. 95 and Anderson grabbed No. 52.

Allen signed a four-year contract with the Redskins worth $11.6 million guaranteed that includes a $6.6 million signing bonus. Anderson's four-year deal was worth $5.3 million with a signing bonus of $2 million.