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By Nick Hamilton (@NickHamiltonLA)
LOS ANGELES — They say three times a charm, in the case of former St. Louis Rams wise receiver Isaac Bruce, who hopes that to be true.
For the third straight year, Bruce was named a finalist for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Bruce’s NFL career spans a total of 16 years, 14 seasons with the Rams and the final two with the San Francisco 49ers, caught 1,024 passes for 15,208 yards and 91 touchdowns. He was the 1996 NFL pass receiving yardage leader.
“I think this year’s his year… he’s more than deserving to be a Hall of Famer.” – @OrlandoPace_HOF @IsaacBruce80 | #BRUUUCE4HOF
(🎥: @ProFootballHOF) pic.twitter.com/wUUhdRLZU3— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) January 5, 2019
Bruce will learn if he made the cut on Jan. 2 the night before Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta along with 14 other finalist. Only eight will be eligible for the ceremony in Canton, Ohio on August 3.