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List of Washington Redskins receiving leaders

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Santana Moss is the recordholder for single-season receiving yards.
Santana Moss is the recordholder for single-season receiving yards.

The list of Washington Redskins receiving leaders includes single-season and career records for each of three statistics: yardage, number of receptions, and receiving touchdowns, as well as single-game records for receptions and receiving yards. The Redskins compete in the East Division of the National Football Conference. The franchise was founded as the Boston Braves, named after the local baseball franchise.[1] The team changed their name to the Redskins in 1933 and moved to Washington, D.C. in 1937.[2]

The Redskins have played over one thousand games. In those games, the club won five professional American football championships including two NFL Championships and three Super Bowls. The franchise captured ten NFL divisional titles and six NFL conference championships.[3]

The Redskins won the 1937 and 1942 Championship games, as well as Super Bowl XVII, XXII and XXVI. They also played in and lost the 1936, 1940, 1943 and 1945 Championship games, as well as Super Bowl VII and XVIII. They have made 22 postseason appearances, and have an overall postseason record of 23 wins and 17 losses. Only five teams have appeared in more Super Bowls than the Redskins: the Pittsburgh Steelers (eight), Dallas Cowboys (eight), Denver Broncos (eight), New England Patriots (eight) and San Francisco 49ers (six); the Redskins' five appearances are tied with the Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins.[4]

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damaging like the sports annabel free agency is here so it is time to look at me striations signings an anniversary jeff garcia is next on the list of the forty niners he went to three straight pro bowls in honolulu any scientific little brown's in two thousand four the deal was for four years twenty five million dollars when he was thirty four years old he was released after ten games signed with the try the following year took the box and he goes to the playoffs after his cleveland as the brown said that they wanted to go to the play-offs and had to fill a void in their team with leadership politically of think about it the quarterbacks that had been met with the browns since they've returned to the n_f_l_ have been abysmal see i think this is it jeff garcia or is it the guys are around have look at yourself cleveland the jacksonville jaguars had eleven wins in two thousand seven and wanted to get over that hope in the playoffs in two thousand eight thus they sign jerry porter which turned out to be a humongous boss in free agency decide for six years thirty point four million dollars was guaranteed ten million dollars the start of the season on the physically unable to perform less following hamstrings surgery and ended the year on i or with a growing injury so what did they pay for a jury porter well the thing when five in eleven people a one-year and tallied up i at one point there could be easily be a list of the worst signings generators history under al davis but unfortunately we don't have time for that so one of the guys that he signed it turned out to be a humongous bust as well is to ron walker in two thousand eight he signed it with the raiders for six years fifty five million dollars with sixteen million guarantee in two years ago it's seven games club fifteen balls are hundred ninety six yards total tallied up one touchdown and went on i a r in two thousand eighty seven the concussion and during that year he was actually beaten and robbed a tough go over to ron walker not just on the field but often as well let's keep with a black and silver for just a moment lawyer brown in nineteen ninety-six signed with the old collaborators after his spectacular superbowl play when he tally up two interceptions against the old otto and the pittsburgh steelers he was actually the m_v_p_ of that super bowl he's under five years twelve point five million dollars with the rehab bill guaranteed at the time was huge money changer regarding free agency and in his two years he started one game level one a reception in twelve games total he was awful suspended for four weeks at one time repeatedly burned by a wide receivers and well so al davis like he then decided assigned to the following season desmond howard who was simple vp of that game as well if there's any holger that is repeatedly made it onto you like the sports mainly because of ban because it's from d_c_ it's dance tonight this one comes obviously for the redskins it's adam hart relent in two thousand six he signed with the skin seven years thirty five million dollars at the time he was the highest paid safety in his tenure with washington zero n deceptions one-step he played a one-year was actually bench throughout most of that season enema straight into the bears four eighty six round pick newsbusters primetime has brought into washington when dion sanders signed with the redskins end two thousand seven years fifty six million dollars was the deal wendy on was thirty three yours only played one year retired then came back with baltimore and a deal also met the brian mitchell a fanfare in washington was gone he was a poor teammate what occur in the locker room was suspicious and ida too many actually one day prior to retiring before he came back with baltimore he was actually with a minor league affiliate try to get back into baseball or bug-eyed david boston who we all thought was going to be a faint tested receiver in this league side with charters in two thousand three when he was released by the arizona cardinals san diego side over seven years forty seven million dollars twelve mil gaye realty to disperse you're not bad seven fifty seven percent that he was traded to miami because he thought the coaches fought with the strength coach to be exact drug use dropped passes snoozing team meetings and was injured incredibly talented player in the state digital receiver but unfortunately use performance than to drugs in miami and then just fell off the face of the year number one were signing on everyone's board when you're discussing the worst freezing sightings of all time has to be albert he's with other dance better sign in the off season what else is due seven years off hundred million dollars forty one million abit was guaranteed in two thousand nine he failed fitness tests played twenty games was drawn at the end of the twenty ten season when he tallied up six-and-a-half sax in twenty ten sixteen tackles through a knapsack set a hundred million dollars for it spent most of his money on votes in the settlements was a lazy ass in practice find multiple times for dirty play complained about his place in the three four defense to participate in offseason workouts and i'm pretty sure after his days with the pastries was blacklisted by every team in the n_f_l_ aberdeen sort by park to be worst free agents signing of all time in the n_f_l_ so what do you guys think about this list totally without what do you think is the worst signing to give it to me that delbert ainsworth hard not to lied about the comments section los everything friends given thumbs up and subscribe to it

Contents

Receptions

Receptions
Top 25 career
Name Rec. Start End
Art Monk 888 1980 1993
Charley Taylor 649 1964 1977
Santana Moss 639 2005 2014
Gary Clark 549 1985 1992
Chris Cooley 429 2004 2012
Jerry Smith 421 1965 1977
Ricky Sanders 414 1986 1993
Bobby Mitchell 393 1962 1968
Pierre Garçon 297 2012 Present
Michael Westbrook 277 1995 2001
Hugh Taylor 272 1947 1954
Don Warren 244 1979 1992
Larry Brown 238 1969 1976
Brian Mitchell 232 1990 1999
Rod Gardner 227 2001 2004
Henry Ellard 216 1994 1998
Roy Jefferson 208 1971 1976
Earnest Byner 185 1989 1993
Jordan Reed 182 2013 Present
Laveranues Coles 172 2003 2004
Bill Anderson 168 1958 1963
Kelvin Bryant 154 1986 1990
Larry Centers 150 1999 2000
Joe Washington 149 1981 1984
Stephen Davis 146 1997 2002
Charlie Harraway 146 1969 1973
Top 25 single-season (including ties)
Name Rec. Year
Pierre Garçon 113 2013
Art Monk 106 1984
Santana Moss 93 2010
Art Monk 91 1985
Laveranues Coles 90 2004
Jordan Reed 87 2015
Art Monk 86 1989
Santana Moss 84 2005
Laveranues Coles 82 2003
Larry Centers 81 2000
Ricky Sanders 80 1989
Gary Clark 79 1989
Santana Moss 79 2008
Charlie Brown 78 1983
Gary Clark 75 1990
Gary Clark 74 1986
Henry Ellard 74 1994
Art Monk 73 1986
Ricky Sanders 73 1988
Chris Cooley 73 2008
Gary Clark 72 1985
Bobby Mitchell 72 1962
Art Monk 72 1988
Charley Taylor 72 1966
Pierre Garçon 72 2015
Top 4 single-game
Name Rec. Year Opponent
Roy Helu 14 2011 San Francisco 49ers
Art Monk 13 1985 Cincinnati Bengals
Kelvin Bryant 13 1986 New York Giants
Art Monk 13 1990 Detroit Lions

Receiving yards

Receiving Yards
Top 25 career receiving yards
Name Yards Start End
Art Monk 12,026 1980 1993
Charley Taylor 9,110 1964 1977
Gary Clark 8,742 1985 1992
Santana Moss 7,299 2005 2014
Bobby Mitchell 6,492 1962 1968
Ricky Sanders 5,854 1986 1993
Jerry Smith 5,496 1965 1977
Hugh Taylor 5,233 1947 1954
Chris Cooley 4,711 2004 2012
Michael Westbrook 4,280 1995 2001
Henry Ellard 3,930 1994 1998
Pierre Garçon 3,508 2012 2016
Roy Jefferson 3,119 1971 1976
Rod Gardner 2,997 2001 2004
Bill Anderson 2,929 1958 1963
Don Warren 2,536 1979 1992
Larry Brown 2,485 1969 1976
Albert Connell 2,483 1997 2000
Frank Grant 2,374 1973 1978
Laveranues Coles 2,154 2003 2004
Charlie Brown 2,115 1982 1984
Leslie Shepherd 2,112 1994 1998
Brian Mitchell 2,087 1990 1999
Johnny Carson 1,987 1954 1959
Charley Malone 1,932 1934 1942
Top 25 single-season
Name Yards Year
Santana Moss 1,483 2005
Bobby Mitchell 1,436 1963
Henry Ellard 1,397 1994
Bobby Mitchell 1,384 1962
Art Monk 1,372 1984
Pierre Garçon 1,346 2013
Gary Clark 1,340 1991
Gary Clark 1,265 1986
Gary Clark 1,229 1989
Art Monk 1,226 1985
Charlie Brown 1,225 1983
Laveranues Coles 1,204 2003
Michael Westbrook 1,191 1999
Art Monk 1,186 1989
Ricky Sanders 1,148 1988
Ricky Sanders 1,138 1989
Albert Connell 1,132 1999
Charley Taylor 1,119 1966
Santana Moss 1,115 2010
Gary Clark 1,112 1990
Art Monk 1,068 1986
Gary Clark 1,066 1987
Art Monk 1,049 1991
Santana Moss 1,044 2008
Henry Ellard 1,014 1996
Rod Gardner 1,006 2002
Henry Ellard 1,005 1995
Top 6 single-game
Name Yards Year Opponent
Anthony Allen 255 1987 St. Louis Cardinals
Gary Clark 241 1986 New York Giants
Art Monk 230 1985 Cincinnati Bengals
Bobby Mitchell 218 1963 Pittsburgh Steelers
Albert Connell 211 2000 Jacksonville Jaguars
Rod Gardner 208 2001 Carolina Panthers

Receiving touchdowns

Touchdowns
Top 25 career receiving touchdowns (including ties)
Name Rec. TD Start End
Charley Taylor 79 1964 1977
Art Monk 65 1980 1993
Santana Moss 64 2005 2013
Jerry Smith 60 1965 1977
Hugh Taylor 58 1947 1954
Gary Clark 58 1985 1992
Bobby Mitchell 49 1962 1968
Ricky Sanders 36 1986 1993
Chris Cooley 33 2004 2011
Michael Westbrook 24 1995 2001
Rod Gardner 22 2001 2004
Jean Fugett 21 1976 1979
Dick Todd 20 1939 1948
Larry Brown 20 1969 1976
Charlie Brown 19 1982 1984
Clint Didier 19 1982 1987
Leslie Shepherd 18 1994 1998
Frank Grant 18 1973 1978
Pierre Garçon 18 2012 Present
Henry Ellard 17 1994 1998
Wilbur Moore 16 1939 1945
Roy Jefferson 16 1971 1976
Dick James 14 1956 1963
Ricky Thompson 14 1978 1981
Pat Richter 14 1963 1970
Albert Connell 14 1997 2000
Kelvin Bryant 14 1986 1990
Bill Anderson 14 1958 1963
Jordan Reed 14 2013 Present
Top 25 single-season receiving touchdowns (including ties)
Name Rec. TD Year
Hugh Taylor 12 1952
Jerry Smith 12 1967
Charley Taylor 12 1966
Ricky Sanders 12 1988
Bobby Mitchell 11 1962
Jordan Reed 11 2015
Bobby Mitchell 10 1964
Gary Clark 10 1991
Hugh Taylor 9 1950
Pat Richter 9 1968
Jerry Smith 9 1970
Hugh Taylor 9 1949
Jerry Smith 9 1969
Bobby Mitchell 9 1966
Michael Westbrook 9 1999
Charley Taylor 9 1967
Gary Clark 9 1989
Santana Moss 9 2005
Charlie Brown 8 1982
Hugh Taylor 8 1953
Hugh Taylor 8 1954
Frank Grant 8 1975
Charley Taylor 8 1970
Leslie Shepherd 8 1998
Chris Cooley 8 2007
Charley Taylor 8 1969
Art Monk 8 1991
Rod Gardner 8 2002
Gary Clark 8 1990
Charlie Brown 8 1983
Art Monk 8 1989
Santana Moss 8 2012

References

  1. ^ "History: History by Decades". Washington Redskins' Official Website. Archived from the original on 2007-10-29. Retrieved 2007-12-11.
  2. ^ "Washington Redskins (1937–present)". Sportsecyclopedia. Retrieved 2007-12-11.
  3. ^ "Washington Redskins History". CBS Sportsline. Retrieved 2008-08-24.
  4. ^ "NFL History". NFL History Network. Missing or empty |url= (help)
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