Interview with NFL Offensive Lineman Bradley Bozeman

Payton Beasley, Writer and Editor

To start off, I thought it would be a great idea to text some of my favorite NFL players to see if they wanted to do a interview. I texted a set of questions to some NFL players maybe seeking a response. Well, I got that response from Baltimore Ravens Offensive Lineman Bradley Bozeman. And here are those questions, as well as their responses from Bradley.

Question: What does it take to get to the college level of football?

Answer: A lot of hard work and dedication towards your goals


Question: What were some of your hardships getting to the league?

Answer: I was thought to be a “system guy” by a lot of scouts so I was drafted low


Question: How did you work your way up the “ladder”

Answer: I’ve always been a hard worker and tried my best to stay as consistent as possible


Question: What is your advice for young players wanting to make it into the NFL?

Answer: Never let the fame or accolades get to your head. Never take any opportunity for granted.

Question: How was your day today?/ What is the best part of being a NFL player?

Answer: It was amazing! We were in Albuquerque, New Mexico talking to the school with our foundation. Our foundation is currently going across the United States to different schools to talk about bullying.

Bradley Bozeman also just recently demolished a 72 ounce steak dinner in Texas as well, which is a feat in itself. The meal would have cost Bradley $72 if he did not complete it under the allotted 1 hour time limit. But he completed the steak, shrimp cocktail, baked potato, salad, and butter roll meal in 48 minutes and 8 seconds. The key? Switching from the provided steak sauce to a interesting substitute: honey.

Thanks Bradley for giving us insight into what it is to be a NFL Player. Best of luck in the future.