But his most memorable feat: taking down a 72-ounce steak.
Earlier this week, Bozeman crushed a legendary eating challenge in Texas, devouring a 4.5-pound steak, shrimp cocktail, baked potato, salad and butter roll in 50 minutes.
"I knew it was going to be tough, but I didn't think it was going to be that tough," said Bozeman, a 6-foot-4, 317-pound lineman. "The last bite was rough. It was really rough."
Bozeman actually finished the challenge in 48 minutes and 8 seconds.
He stumbled upon The Big Texan Steak Ranch in Amarillo, Texas, while traveling cross-country with his wife, Nikki, to speak to students about his anti-bullying campaign.
According to the restaurant, 110,000 people have attempted the challenge, which comes with a one-hour time limit. Bozeman became the 9,828th person to finish it (less than 9%) and received a T-shirt that read: "I ate it all."
The restaurant seated Bozeman on a stage that is elevated 3 feet off the ground and in a chair that backed up to the grill. The steak was then placed in front of him.
"The portion that came out in front of you was a slab of meat," Bozeman said. "It was a really good-tasting steak. I was surprised, to be honest."
Bozeman, 25, said the key for him was switching from steak sauce -- the restaurant provided it in a soup bowl -- to honey midway through. But when it was announced that he had 2 ounces remaining, Bozeman thought he wouldn't make it.
He told his wife to shut off the video camera because he felt like he was going to vomit.
"He turned into a ghost," Nikki said.
Bozeman not only finished, he even had a couple of bites of carrot cake afterward.
If Bozeman had lost, he would have had to pay $72 for the meal, per restaurant rules. Instead, he got a T-shirt and a free dinner.
"That was the toughest food thing I've ever done in my life," Bozeman said.
Later that night, Bozeman lay on his bed and rubbed his stomach for an hour to let all the food digest.
"It was making every noise I've ever heard and plus some," Bozeman said.
A 2018 sixth-round pick out of Alabama, Bozeman won the starting job during training camp. He was part of an offensive line that helped set an NFL record for most rushing yards in a season.
About a month later, Bozeman set a personal mark by proving his bite is just as good as his blocks.
"It was fun," Bozeman said of the steak challenge. "But I would never do it again."