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Ravens guard Bradley Bozeman is selling his famous RV: ‘The camper life has come to an end’

In March, Ravens guard Bradley Bozeman and his wife, Nikki, hit the road for a 17-state RV tour, all the way to San Francisco and back to Baltimore, to share their anti-bullying message across the country.

For the Bozemans, an RV isn’t just for making traveling and camping more comfortable. During the 2019 season, Bozeman, his wife and their two dogs lived in one in Eldersburg.

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“It’s country out there,” Bozeman told the team’s website in December. “It kind of fits who we are.”

Now the Bozemans are the proud owners of a new house, and the RV is for sale.

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According to Bozeman, the 40-foot Keystone Cougar 368MBI has room to sleep six to eight people, including two pullout couches. It has a full-size bathroom, an outdoor kitchen, a 65-inch 4K television (plus a 32-inch TV) and an awning room that provides 170 square feet of outside living space.

Asking price: $46,000.

“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,” Bozeman tweeted Sunday. “The good news is now this BEAUTIFUL camper can be yours!”

As one of the roughly 1 million Americans who live full-time in an RV, according to the RV Industry Association, Bozeman said that he has saved around $1,800 a month. According to an ESPN story, Bozeman and his wife bought the RV for offseason travel, but later decided to make it their full-time home and planned on staying in it for two to three years.

A sixth-round pick out of Alabama in 2018, Bozeman, 25, started all 16 games in 2019 after playing in 14 as a rookie, helping the Ravens set the NFL single-season rushing record. He signed a four-year rookie deal worth $2,578,408 with a $118,408 signing bonus in 2018. With right guard Marshal Yanda retiring this offseason, Bozeman is expected to start again in 2020.

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