Ranking The 25 Greatest Wide Receivers in NFL History

25. Reggie Wayne

Career Stats: 211 games played (197 starts), 1,070 receptions, 14,345 yards, 82 TD

Playoff Stats: 21 games played (21 starts), 93 receptions, 1,254 yards, 9 TD

Although Reggie Wayne was well-regarded coming out of Miami in 2001, the talented wideout fell to the bottom of the first round — No. 30 overall — and into the Colts’ laps. Playing alongside Marvin Harrison, it was easy to overlook Wayne early on. It wasn’t until his fourth season that he truly began to take off. After hauling in 77 passes for over 1,200 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2004, Wayne rattled off six more 1,000-yard seasons in a row. Thanks to picture-perfect technique and unmatched body control, Wayne transformed into a potential Hall of Famer while catching passes from Peyton Manning.

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