Alabama center Bradley Bozeman still helping terminally ill cancer patient

In the News | September 15, 2017

When he’s not plowing open holes for Alabama’s running backs, Bradley Bozeman has been helping a terminally ill cancer patient and his family.

Bozeman is helping support a GoFundMe page to raise money for the family of Lamont Combs, who has been diagnosed with cancer in multiple organs.

In an Instagram post, the 319-pound Crimson Tide senior center said meeting Combs was “one of the highlights of my year.”

In June, the athletic department sent a package with Crimson Tide gear, including a football autographed by Nick Saban, to a fan in an Albertville, Alabama, hospice. That connection was set up by the California-based Dream Foundation, which describes its mission as “making final dreams a reality for terminally ill adults and their families.”