Bruce Matthews

Bruce Matthews owns the NFL’s longest active streak of 184 consecutive games played dating back to November 8, 1987. He has never missed a game due to injury and is highly regarded throughout the NFL for his work ethic, leadership and consistency. Originally drafted in the first round in 1983, Matthews has been selected to the Pro Bowl in a club-record 11 consecutive seasons at two different positions (7 guard, 4 center). He played a key role in the Tennessee Titans run for the Super Bowl and played in Super Bowl XXXIV on January 30, 2000.

Matthews also commits his time and effort to charitable work including the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, Athletes in Action and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.