ST. LOUIS (AP) -The Rams released wide receiver Isaac Bruce on Thursday, cutting ties with the last player remaining from the team's 1995 move from Los Angeles to St. Louis.
Gus Frerotte, the backup quarterback the last two seasons, also was released. The moves came hours before the start of free agency.
Bruce, a second-round draft pick in 1994, is among the NFL career leaders with 942 receptions for 14,109 yards and 84 touchdowns. He was released after the Rams were unsuccessful in attempts to restructure his contract.
Frerotte, also a 14-year veteran, made three starts when starter Marc Bulger was sidelined by injury. Frerotte played in nine games overall.

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