Bradley Bozeman is finally getting an upgrade.
After famously living out of an RV during the 2019 season with his wife Nikki and two dogs, the Ravens’ left guard is selling his mobile home and taking a more traditional route.
The Bozemans are now proud owners of a new house, which their legendary RV currently sits in front of while they wait for offers from buyers. They are asking for $46,000 for the 40-foot Keystone Cougar 368MBI. According to Bozeman, the vehicle provides 600 square feet of living space, room to sleep six to eight people with two pullout couches, a full-size bathroom, outdoor kitchen, 65-inch 4K TV and awning room with 170 square feet of outdoor living space.
Not too shabby.
As many of you know Nikki & I have owned this camper for almost a year but now the camper life has come to an end with the purchase of our first home. The good news is now this BEAUTIFUL camper can be yours! Please feel free to reach out with interest! Thank you! pic.twitter.com/c3tz3mnKUw— Bradley Bozeman (@BSBoze) June 28, 2020
For Bozeman and his wife, their mobile home allowed them to travel more easily during the offseason, especially with their pets, and reportedly saved them $1,800 per month in rent. But RV life certainly had its drawbacks too.
Mosquitoes became a reoccurring issue. Showers were limited to three to four minutes due to a gallon-sized hot water heater. And worst of all, there’s no place to hide in the event of an argument or disagreement.
“The camper life has to come to an end,” Bozeman said.
While the couple decided to move on from their former living situation, their RV was more than just a home –– it was a mechanism for good. In March, the two hit the road for a 17-state tour to spread their anti-bullying message to students across the country. The trip was supposed to last over six weeks and span 10,000 miles in a smaller donated RV, and while COVID-19 ultimately cut it short, they still spoke with over 16,000 students about bullying and shared their personal experiences along the way.
What an amazing journey this has been, much more to come! We have completed 6 school visits with 12 more to follow and have had such an amazing response from all the students we have had the opportunity to speak with. Keep up with our journey @bradnikkiboze all of our adventures! pic.twitter.com/UQXYtU0JmP— Bradley Bozeman (@BSBoze) February 22, 2020
Now with an upgraded crib, Bozeman will prepare for his third season in the league. He started all 19 games last year and helped the Ravens set the single-season rushing record. The Alabama grad will be expected to start again this year at left guard.
After signing a four-year rookie deal worth $2,578,408 with a $118,408 signing bonus in 2018, Bozeman and his family are on to bigger and better things post-RV life.
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