Baltimore Ravens and former Alabama offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman took part in a famous restaurant challenge yesterday and won. Bozeman tested his stomach at The Big Texan Steak Ranch in Amarillo Texas on Route 66. The restaurant offers a unique dining challenge; consume a 72 ounce steak, three shrimp, baked potato, roll and salad in under an hour and the meal is free. Bozeman completed the challenge with 10 minutes to spare.

Bozeman and his wife Nikki are spending the NFL offseason on an RV tour across the country to serve at-risk children through The Bozeman Foundation. Their foundation focuses on the dangers of childhood bullying, how to prevent it and ways to create a safe school and community environment for children. The Bozeman tour will travel all the way out to California before circling back through the Midwest and returning to Baltimore.

Bozeman was drafted in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens. He started every game of the 2019 season at left guard. Bozeman was a two time national champion during his time at the Capstone. Nikki Bozeman played basketball for the Crimson Tide for four years, earning 98 consecutive starts, being named to the Allstate Good Hands Team, the SEC community service team and winning the CLASS award. You can follow the remainder of the Bozeman Foundation’s RV Tour and support their efforts to end childhood bullying by visiting their website at http://bradnikkibozeman.com/.

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