WR Isaac Bruce Traded from San Fran to the Rams; Will Retire as a Ram

Wide receiver Isaac Bruce, the Rams franchise leader in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns, will retire a St. Louis Ram. The Rams traded with the 49ers to acquire Bruce, the team announced today. The Rams and Bruce will hold a news conference on Wednesday.

Bruce spent 14 seasons with the Rams after being drafted by Los Angeles in the second round (33rd overall) of the 1994 NFL Draft, and holds every major receiving record in team history, including most career receptions (942), career receiving yards (14,109) and receiving touchdowns (84). He is one of only 15 players in NFL history who lead their franchise in the three major receiving categories. Bruce also is the Rams’ leader in postseason receiving yards (759) and is the only player in team history with four 100-yard receiving games in the postseason.

In his accomplished 16-year career, Bruce ranks fifth in the NFL with 1,024 career receptions, one of only six players in NFL history to have 1,000 career receptions. He ranks second in the NFL with 15,208 career receiving yards. His 91 career receiving touchdowns rank ninth in the league.

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