MOBILE — Bradley Bozeman says not much has changed in his football-centric world, but in so many ways everything has changed for the Alabama center.

Earlier this month he walked off the Mercedes Benz Stadium as a two-time national champion and an engaged man. He also walked off no longer an active Crimson Tide football player. Now he’s just one of hundreds of hopeful players trying to make an NFL roster. The first step in that journey for Bozeman is this week at the Senior Bowl.

He’s met with scouts to discuss his game. The conversations involved strengths and weaknesses. He’ll practice in front of NFL coaches and scouts and they’ll nitpick every part of who he is as a player, including height, weight, power and athleticism. It’s something he’s taking in stride.

“I’ve talked to a couple of teams,” Bozeman said. “They’ve said I’m a hard worker, not the most athletic, I don’t give up, I play hard, I use my strengths to cover up my weaknesses, I don’t put myself in bad situations.”

 

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