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29. Bruce Kozerski

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29. Bruce Kozerski

One of the most versatile Offensive Lineman in the Cincinnati Bengals history, Bruce Kozaerski played all twelve of his seasons in the National Football League with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Kozerski was a Ninth Round Pick from Holy Cross in 1984, and he was a backup in his first two years.  In 1986, Kozerski was Cincy’s starting Left Guard, but was a backup again, bouncing from position to position on the O-Line in 1987.  Kozerski was moved to Center in 1988, where he was anointed as the starter and helped Boomer Esiason and company win the AFC Championship.  The Bengals didn’t win the Super Bowl, but Kozerski remained the starting Center for the Bengals for the next three seasons and was moved to Left Guard in 1992, only to go back to Center in 1993.

Kozerski went back to Right Tackle and Right Guard and left the game in 1995.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Center, Offensive Guard, Offensive Tackle
  • Acquired: Selected in the 9th Round, 231st Overall of the NFL Draft 5/2/84.
  • Departed: Retired after the 1995 Season.
  • Games Played: 172
  • Notable Statistics:

    137 Games Started 
    4 Fumble Recoveries
    -14 Fumble Recovery Yards
    69 Approximate Value

  • Major Accolades and Awards: None
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