Through Oct. 28
The career leaders in receiving yards in the National Football League (x-active):
Yards
1. Jerry Rice 22,895
2. Tim Brown 14,934
3. James Lofton 14,004
4. x-Marvin Harrison 13,944
5. Cris Carter 13,899
6. Henry Ellard 13,777
7. x-Isaac Bruce 13,701
8. Andre Reed 13,198
9. Steve Largent 13,089
10. Irving Fryar 12,785
11. Art Monk 12,721
12. Jimmy Smith 12,287
13. x-Terrell Owens 12,271
14. Charlie Joiner 12,146
15. Michael Irvin 11,904
16. Don Maynard 11,834
17. x-Randy Moss 11,479
18. x-Rod Smith 11,389
19. x-Torry Holt 11,251
20. x-Keenan McCardell 11,186
21. Gary Clark 10,856
22. Stanley Morgan 10,716
23. Keyshawn Johnson 10,571
24. Harold Jackson 10,372
25. Lance Alworth 10,266
26. Andre Rison 10,205
27. x-Joey Galloway 10,122
28. Shannon Sharpe 10,060

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