Two-time national championship winning Alabama offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman found a new home this past season after four years with the Baltimore Ravens. The former Crimson Tide standout spent the past season on a side-show laden Carolina Panthers squad that dealt with the firing of its head coach, the off-loading of many star players, and complete uncertainty about its future.

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In thing is certain: Bozeman will be leading the way in the trenches in the immediate future. Bozeman signed a three year, $18 million deal recently, ensuring that all five starting linemen from the Panthers' 2022 campaign return.

Tide fans shouldn't just be happy that an Alabama native got paid, they should be ecstatic for the stability on the offensive line in Carolina.

Carolina recently sent the kitchen sink to the Chicago Bears for the luxury of drafting No. 1 overall in April. The team is in desperate need of a quarterback, and it is almost certain that either Bryce Young or CJ Stroud. Nothin is more important to a rookie quarterback than solid play up front.

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