Top 11 NFL Wide Receivers of All-Time

This is a list of the top 11 NFL Wide Receivers of all-time based off of NFL.com.

#1 Jerry Rice

Jerry Rice: Jerry is the greatest receiver in NFL history if not one of the greatest players to ever play the game. He is a three-time Super Bowl champion, Super Bowl XXIII MVP, 13-time Pro Bowler, and ten-time First Team All-Pro. He recorded 22,895 career receiving yards and scored an NFL record 197 touchdowns while adding a NFL best 1,549 career receptions. He is enshrined in the Hall of Fame. He played for San Francisco 49ers 1985-2000, Oakland Raiders 2001-2004, and Seattle Seahawks in 2004.

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#2 Don Hutson

Don Hutson: Don played for the Green Bay Packers from 1935-1945. He is a three-time NFL champion, four-time Pro Bowler, and an eight-time First Team All-Pro. He recorded 7,991 receiving yards and 99 career touchdowns and is enlisted in the Hall of Fame. 

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#3 Randy Moss

Randy Moss: Randy is a six-time Pro Bowler and a four-time First Team All-Pro. He has recorded 15,292 career receiving yards and 156 career touchdowns. He holds the NFL record for most receiving touchdowns in a single season(23) and the most as a rookie(17). He has played for the Minnesota Vikings 1998-2004, Oakland Raiders 2005-2006, New England Patriots 2007-2010, Tennessee Titans in 2010, and San Francisco 49ers in 2012. 

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#4 Terrell Owens

Terrell Owens: Terrell otherwise known as T-O is a six-time Pro Bowler and a five-time First Team All-Pro. He might have been one of the most dominant receivers to ever step foot on the field. He recorded 15,934 receiving yards and 153 career touchdowns. He played for many teams, San Francisco 49ers 1996-2003, Philadelphia Eagles 2004-2005, Dallas Cowboys 2006-2008, Buffalo Bills in 2009, and Cincinnati Bengals in 201. He has spoke about possibly making a comeback but it doesn't matter because one day he will be in the Hall of Fame.

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#5 Marvin Harrison

Marvin Harrison: Marvin was a one-time Super Bowl champion, eight-time Pro Bowler, and three-time First Team All-Pro. He played from 1996-2008 for the Indianapolis Colts. He recorded 14,580 career receiving yards and scored 128 career touchdowns. He is also No. 4 on the all-time receptions list with 1,102 and is enshrined in the Hall of Fame.

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#6 Bob Hayes

Bob Hayes: Bob was a one-time Super Bowl champion. He played for the Dallas Cowboys from 1963-1974 and the San Francisco 49ers in 75'. He was a three-time Pro Bowler and a two-time First Team All-Pro. Throughout his career he recorded 7,414 career receiving yards and 71 career touchdowns, he is also enshrined in the Hall of Fame.

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#7 Larry Fitzgerald

Larry Fitzgerald: Legend Larry otherwise known is a ten-time Pro Bowler and a one-time First Team All-Pro. He has played for the Arizona Cardinals since 2004. Larry holds a monumental status and that is starting 200 of 202 games and counting. He is currently No. 3 on the all-time receptions list with 1,125. He holds a record for four consecutive playoff games with 100 or more receiving yards. Larry is not eligible to become a Hall of Famer but he has paved a perfect road to Canton.  

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#8 Calvin Johnson

Calvin Johnson: Calvin was a six-time Pro Bowler and a three-time First Team All-Pro. He played for the Detroit Lions from 2007-2015, he took an early retirement due to injuries. He currently holds the NFL's single-season receiving yardage record with 1,964 yards in 2012. That is why he earned the name, "Megatron". He isn't currently a Hall of Famer but he has made a great resume for Canton.

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#9 Chris Carter

Chris Carter: Chris was an eight-time Pro Bowler and a two-time First Team All-Pro. He played for the Philadelphia Eagles 1987-1989, Minnesota Vikings 1990-2001, and the Miami Dolphins in 2002. He recorded 13,899 career receiving yards and 130 career touchdowns. He is No. 5 on the all-time career receptions and his is in the Hall of Fame. 

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#10 Raymond Berry

Raymond Berry: Raymond was a two-time NFL champion, six-time Pro Bowler, and three-time First Team All-Pro. He played for the Baltimore Colts from 1955-1967. He had 9,275 career receiving yards and 68 career receiving touchdowns. He is enlisted in the Hall of Fame.

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#11 Paul Warfield

Paul Warfield: Paul was a two-time Super Bowl champion, a one-time NFL champion, eight-time Pro Bowler, and two-time First Team All-Pro. He played for the Cleveland Browns from 1964-1969 and the Miami Dolphins from 1970-1974. He had 8,565 career receiving yards and scored 85 career touchdowns. He is enlisted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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