Rumor: Martz might welcome Isaac Bruce

Jan 11, 2008 at 4:49 PM--


Steve Korte of the Belleville News-Democrat seems to feel that if veteran wide receiver Isaac Bruce were cut by the St. Louis Rams, that he almost certanly would be welcomed in San Francisco with open arms by new offensive coordinator Mike Martz.

The Rams may cut Bruce to keep from paying him a $2 million roster bonus this spring. Bruce is 35 years old. He had 733 receiving yards last year and 1,098 in 2006.





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