Bradley Bozeman among top NFL Centers according to Pro Football Focus

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A former captain for the Alabama Crimson Tide enters the 2022 NFL season as one of the top players at his position.

Bradley Bozeman, who began his NFL career with the Baltimore Ravens before recently being picked up by the Carolina Panthers in free agency, is ranked among the top half of NFL centers, says Ben Linsey of Pro Football Focus.

What makes Bozeman so special? Linsey says it is about his versatility.

Bozeman’s switch from guard to center in 2021 resulted in the highest PFF grade (73.3) of his four-year NFL career,” he writes. “He’s not a great athlete, but Bozeman rarely gets beat in the run game and showed improvements as a pass-protector after switching to center last season.

Through four years in the NFL, Bozeman has started in 49 of the 62 games he has appeared in for the Ravens. Bozeman became a free agent after the 2021 season, and signed with the Carolina Panthers on March 18. As a member of the Crimson Tide from 2015-2017, Bozeman appeared in 44 games at either center or guard.

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