Gerald Bradley

Gerald Bradley played his university football at Weber State and made his first professional stop with the BC Lions in 1983 where he played just one game.   From BC, Bradley went to the Oakland Raiders of the NFL, where he was a late cut and didn't play any regular season games. In 1985, Bradley started with the Oakland Invaders of the USFL, but was picked up by the Memphis Showboats for game one where he spent the season.

Bradley made a return to the CFL in 1986 with a two game stint for the Montreal Alouettes.. Bradley's career continued with Orlando of the World League of American Football among other teams.

Following hi playing career, Bradley embarked on a coaching career which has also had numerous stops.  Bradley coached at the Los Angelas Police Department, Los Angelas College, his old alma matter of Weber State and most recently at the University of New Mexico where he has been a wide receiver and tight end coach.

Profile of Gerald Bradley at New Mexico

College and Pro Stats for Gerald Bradley

Receiver Bradley Aiming for Cenre Stage - August 29, 1986



GP and Receiving
Team Year GP Rec Yds Avg Long TD PTS
BC 1983 1 2 12 6 7 0 0
MON 1986 2 3 35 11.7 23 0 0