Through Nov. 13
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. x-Isaac Bruce 14,520
4. x-Marvin Harrison 14,301
5. James Lofton 14,004
6. Cris Carter 13,899
7. Henry Ellard 13,777
8. x-Terrell Owens 13,537
9. Andre Reed 13,198
10. Steve Largent 13,089
11. x-Randy Moss 12,808
12. Irving Fryar 12,785
13. Art Monk 12,721
14. Jimmy Smith 12,287
15. x-Torry Holt 12,216
16. Charlie Joiner 12,146
17. Michael Irvin 11,904
18. Don Maynard 11,834
19. Rod Smith 11,389
20. Keenan McCardell 11,373
21. Gary Clark 10,856
22. Stanley Morgan 10,716
y 10,706
24. Keyshawn Johnson 10,571
25. x-Muhsin Muhammad 10,479
26. x-Tony Gonzalez 10,426
27. Harold Jackson 10,372
28. Lance Alworth 10,266
29. Andre Rison 10,205
30. Shannon Sharpe 10,060

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