Blocked for 15 different quarterbacks and 27 running backs.
Blocked for five different 1,000-yard rushers: Earl Campbell, Mike Rozier, Lorenzo White, Gary Brown and Eddie George.
Oilers made playoffs seven consecutive seasons (1987-1993).
Played in 296 games – more than any other position player at the time of his retirement.
Father Clay played for the San Francisco 49ers (1950, 1953-55) and brother Clay was a linebacker for the Cleveland Browns (1978-1993) and Atlanta Falcons (1994-96).
Named to record-tying 14 consecutive Pro Bowls. He earned Pro Bowl berths nine times at guard and five at center.
Started at every position along the Oilers/Titans offensive line – 99 at LG, 67 at RG, 87 at C, 22 at RT, and 17 at LT.
“He was one of the most versatile offensive linemen to ever play the game – earning Pro Bowls at two different positions and playing well enough at a third to earn a spot. I personally owe a lot of my success to him.” – Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon
“He was a quiet leader, but when he did speak up, he commanded everyone’s attention. It was a privilege to run behind him as a running back. I brag all the time that I was able to play with Bruce.” – Eddie George
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