Former Rams wide receiver Isaac Bruce has been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame's 2020 class.
A 16-year NFL veteran, Bruce was one of five inductees chosen from a pool of 15 modern-era player finalists. In order to be elected to the hall of fame, an inductee had to receive a minimum positive vote of 80 percent from the 48-member selection committee.
Bruce tallied 1,024 receptions for 15,208 yards and 91 touchdowns across 14 seasons as a Ram and two as a 49er. At the time he retired, his total receiving yards were second-most all-time in NFL history. In the Rams' 23-16 Super Bowl XXXIV victory over the Titans, Bruce posted six catches for 162 yards – including a 73-yard game-winning touchdown reception.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame's 2020 class will be officially enshrined alongside a commemorative 15-member centennial class during an Aug. 8 ceremony at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio.