<b>Cliff Branch </b>hauled in 501 catches and scored 67 TDs during his career with the Raiders from 1972-1985.
<b>Harold Carmichael</b> used his height (6'8") to catch 590 passes and score 79 TDs during his 14-year career with the Eagles (1971-1983) and Cowboys (1984).
<b>Cris Carter</b>, an 8-time Pro Bowler, accumulated 1,101 receptions for 13,899 yards and 130 TDs with the Eagles, Vikings, and Dolphins from 1987-2002.
<b>Dwight Clark</b> caught 506 passes and played on five division championship teams with the 49ers during his career in San Francisco from 1979-1987.
<b>Gary Clark</b> had 50 or more catches in a season his first 10 seasons. In all, he had 699 career grabs during an 11-year NFL career.
<b>Isaac Curtis</b>, a four-time Pro Bowl selection, averaged 17.1 yards per catch during his 12-season career with the Bengals, 1973-1984.
<b>Henry Ellard</b> amassed 13,777 yards on 814 career catches with the Rams, Redskins, and Patriots.
<b>Roy Green</b> had back-to-back 78-catch seasons in 1983 and '84 with the Cardinals. In all, he caught 559 career passes during his 14-year career.
<b>Art Monk</b> had 940 career receptions including a career-high 106 catches in 1984.
<b>Herman Moore</b> had 100-catch seasons in three consecutive years (1995-97) and totaled 670 career catches during his 12 NFL seasons.
<b>Drew Pearson</b>, an undrafted free agent, became the Cowboys' premier receiver. He earned first-team All-Pro honors in 1974, 1976, and 1977.
<b>Andre Reed</b>, known for his yards after catch, totaled 951 career receptions for 13,198 yards during 15 seasons with the Bills and one year in Washington.