by JJ Cameron

After eleven seasons, fans in St. Louis will no longer be able to serenade one of their receivers with Bruuuuuce! The Rams cut their longest tenured player this week, once renegtiations fell through on a new contract for Isaac Bruce.

The 33-year old would’ve cost the team $10 million against the salary cap in 2006, a figure the club could not justify for a player on the decline. Bruce missed five games with a turf toe injury last season, but still ranks 12th on the all-time receiving yardage list.

Is he worth considering as a backup wideout? Possibly. It depends on which team he ends up with. Consider Kevin Curtis (pictured below), however, the man who will step in as St. Louis’ second option behind Torry Holt. He’s due for a big year.

Kevin Curtis Reaches for a TD

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March 10, 2006 @ 11:45 am

[…] Isaac Bruce and the Rams apparently don’t see things as the Files do. Five days after releasing the former All-Pro, St. Louis signed him to a three-year deal worth $15. At least the club overpaid for this injury-prone veteran. […]

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