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Bradley Bozeman Signs Contract With Carolina Panthers

NFL veteran guard and center Bradley Bozeman has signed a new contract. Bozeman spent 2022 with the Carolina Panthers.
Bradley Bozeman Contract

NFL veteran interior offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman has signed a new contract with the Carolina Panthers. Bozeman, a former sixth-round pick, spent the 2022 season with the Carolina Panthers but has also played for the Baltimore Ravens.

Bradley Bozeman, Carolina Panthers, Agree to Contract

Bozeman began his first season in Carolina as a backup and special teams player. However, after Pat Elflein went down to a season-ending hip injury, Bozeman rose to the challenge and started their final 11 games of the season. The former Raven was up for the challenge, finishing the season with a 63.1 PFF grade, good for the 19th-best mark among 38 eligible players.

Bradley Bozeman originally entered the NFL as a sixth-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Selected by the Baltimore Ravens, the Alabama product spent the majority of his rookie season as a backup. While he appeared in 14 games, he only made one start for the playoff-bound Ravens.

Even though he couldn’t get a starting job as a rookie, Bozeman continued to improve and eventually took the starting left guard position for the 2019 Baltimore Ravens. Starting and appearing in all 16 games, Bozeman helped the Ravens create one of the most explosive running games in NFL history while Lamar Jackson won the second unanimous MVP in history. The team finished the regular season as the top seed in the NFL but fell in the divisional round of the playoffs to the Tennessee Titans.

Bozeman retained his role in 2020, and while the team wasn’t as dominant as the 2019 version, they still finished with an 11-5 record and make the playoffs. In 2021, Bozeman returned to center and started in 16 of a possible 17 games. Unfortunately, the Ravens failed to reach the playoffs for the first time in Bozeman’s career.

Since signing his rookie contract, Bradley Bozeman has played in 79 games while making 60 starts at both guard and center.

Main Photo: Jim Dedmon – USA Today Sports


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