Your video link isn’t showing, but there can be a couple things that can cause nozzle dragging. If your part is lifting off the heated bed at all, it can get taller and cause the nozzle to hit the part. If you turn the printer on and start printing right as soon as it hits temperature, the hot end has not finished thermally expanding yet, and it will get slightly longer and can hit the part. 225°c is about 5°c lower than reccommended extrusion temperature. Never tried it personally at that temperature, but it could be the filliament isn’t expanding as much as it is expected because it is colder than it is expecting for that material.
Another possible cause is mechanical. Check your Z couplers and see if one or both of them are split and or loose. if thats the case, the layer height advance that it thinks it is performing may not occur all the way, leaving the nozzle lower than it should be.
it is normal to see some minor drag marks during printing unless you have the “avoid crossing peremeters” setting checked, which will add time to your prints.