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He was drafted by the Seahawks in the 1987 supplemental draft and signed the biggest contract in team history, 10 years for $11 million dollars. Despite playing his entire college career on the strong side, the Seahawks moved him to the weak side. A shoulder injury forced him to retire after only 3 seasons.
Another moment occurred during a game in 1988, when Craig "Ironhead" Heyward hit Bosworth so hard he made him cry. According to former NFL quarterback Bobby Hebert, then-Saints coach Jim Mora called the same off-tackle play six straight times, with Heyward as the lead blocker. "After about the third time," Hebert said, "Bosworth was crying. Honest. Tears were rolling down his face, because he didn't want Ironhead to hit him anymore. He cried 'Uncle!' for real. Ironhead, he just laughed at him."
Although often remembered for his less than stellar professional career (in July 2004 he was named to the Biggest Flops of the Last 25 Years list by ESPN), Brian Bosworth is also remembered as a tremendous collegiate player, being named #30 in College Football News' list of the "100 Greatest Players of All-Time."
Bosworth co-authored a book with Sports Illustrated's Rick Reilly in 1988 entitled The Boz: Confessions of a Modern Anti-Hero.
Bosworth starred in the 1991 action film Stone Cold and has had an on-again, off-again film career since. In 2005, he had a role as one of the prison-guard football players in the Adam Sandler movie remake The Longest Yard (2005 film).