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Brian Bosworth Biography( football player)
Brian Bosworth is a former American professional football player who played as a linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks in the National Football League (NFL) and he is an on and off again film actor. Bosworth played High school football for the Sunnyside Grizzlies, and was a two-time consensus All-American.
He gained fame and notoriety through his flamboyant personality, controversial comments about the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and radical hair cuts. Bosworth was less successful in the NFL, and injuries forced him to retire after three seasons.
Brian Bosworth Parents | Dad
He is the beloved son to Foster and Kathrin Bosworth.
Brian Bosworth Wife
Bosworth married his high school girlfriend, Katherine Nicastro, in September 1993 and the couple had three children before divorcing in 2006.
Brian Bosworth Daughter | Brian Bosworth Children
He has two sons Max Bosworth, Chase Bosworth and a daughter Hayley Bosworth. His daughter plays for the Sooner volleyball team. Hayley Bosworth, is a freshman defensive specialist, who decided to come to Oklahoma just like her father, but not for the same reasons.
Brian Bosworth Age
Brian Bosworth was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on March 9, 1965. He is now 54 years old as of 2019.
Brian Bosworth Net Worth
Brian Bosworth has a net worth of $8 Million.
Brian Bosworth 30 For 30
Bosworth became defined more by his talent and odd than his 22 tackles against Miami, before a suspension for steroid use and thumbing his nose at the NCAA prompted Switzer to push him toward the NFL.
Injuries shortened Bosworth’s playing days leaving a strong implication that his attempts to mask injuries or hasten his recovery from them through performance-enhancing drugs contributed to that process.
Brian Bosworth Brian and the Boz
In this film more focus is on a trip that Bosworth takes with his son Max to a storage facility in Austin, Texas, where Bosworth had rented a locker and filled it with personal belongings from his football career that he had discovered were sitting around his mother’s attic.
Special attention is paid to the T-shirt that got Bosworth kicked off the Oklahoma football team, as well as his recruiting letters and a scrapbook kept by his father Foster, which consisted of dozens of newspaper clippings focusing on his son’s games.
Bosworth’s fractured relationship with his father, whom Bosworth knew was proud of his accomplishments but also was extremely hard on him and, according to Bosworth, never seemed to be happy with what he did.
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Brian Bosworth Draft
Prior to his entry into the NFL additional draft, Bosworth had sent letters to various NFL teams stating that, if they drafted him, he wouldn’t report to their training camp and he wouldn’t play for them.
Bosworth was interviewed on The Today Show by Bryant Gumbel shortly after word came out about the letters and declared his desire was to play for the Los Angeles Raiders above all else, saying he felt they fit his personality best.
Brian Bosworth College
VICE Sports: What does it mean for you, getting inducted into the Hall of Fame?
Brian Bosworth: It’s been a long time coming. During the years that it didn’t come, it was frustrating. I had kind of anxiety and anger and frustration over [the question] Why can’t I get in? Why can’t I get in? I didn’t take the time to understand where I was. The award itself is more than just honoring your accomplishments on the field; I think it is also a true testament of your character, what you do and who you are off the field.
Were you told why the induction didn’t come earlier?
Brian Bosworth: There were a lot of great players that went in that deserved to get in there before. At the end of the day, it’s really God’s will. I went in when I was supposed to go in. I don’t question the timing of it. I just appreciate that I got a chance to get in during the time when [former Oklahoma coach Barry Switzer] was still alive, so I could share that and give him the honor.
Is it better for you to watch games alone or with some friends at home than at the stadium?
Brian Bosworth: Yeah. I can yell and scream. When I’m going to the games up in Norman, I have a partner who has a suite, a box, so that I can watch it up in the suite. Every now and then, I’ll go down and watch the game on the football field and hang out with the guys. That adrenaline rush starts to happen again. You just get so into the game.
When you were suspended for the 1987 Orange Bowl and wore the T-shirt referring to the NCAA as National Communists Against Athletes, is that something you look back on and are proud that you took a stand against the NCAA?
Brian Bosworth: It wasn’t so much that. I just was a young kid. I made a poor decision and did it in the wrong time in the wrong format. Back in those days, it was just all about me. I didn’t think the thing through. That was probably one of the biggest regrets, because I hurt my team, I hurt my coach, I hurt our university by taking a moment that is really about sharing the success of who we are and what we’re doing and representing them in the way that they should have been represented.
Are you happy you played football?
Brian Bosworth: Oh, yeah. No question. It was the gift that God gave me. I got to do something that I truly loved and I got to do it at a place that I truly wanted to be at. I had great
Are you still acting?
Brian Bosworth: When a role comes up that I feel is a good role. I don’t have to do those, which is great. I can now choose things that I want to do. I have a great relationship with my wife. My son is a junior in high school, so I’m fighting through those years that you have to go through with your son to make sure that he has all he needs, all the tools that he’s going to need to get to that next level.