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Andre Johnson

Rarely can it be said that a single player defines an entire team, especially in the NFL, which is supposed to be the consummate team

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Keyshawn Johnson

The 1996 NFL draft will go down in history as one of the best drafts ever for for the wide receiver position; 6 Pro Bowl

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Andre Rison

In many ways Andre Rison is representative of the typical elite wide receiver; he was gifted with incredible talent but allowed his personality and off

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Charley Taylor

Wide receiver Charley Taylor is often overlooked when people talk about the greatest receivers of all-time, primarily because his stats pale in comparison to most

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Reggie Wayne

Reggie Wayne has spent much of his career with the Colts playing second fiddle to future Hall of Fame wide receiver Marvin Harrison though with

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Gary Clark

Some say that wide receiver Gary Clark was fortunate to be on those dominant Washington Redskins teams of the late 1980’s and early 1990’s but

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Sterling Sharpe

Sterling Sharpe’s career in the NFL is often examined in the context of “what could have been.” Sharpe played only seven year in the NFL

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Rod Smith

Rod Smith is one of the few star wide receivers in recent memory to have a controversy and problem free career in the NFL. In

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Hines Ward

Wide receiver Hines Ward is one of the very few receivers in the history of the NFL to be more respected for his blocking ability

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Derrick Mason

Derrick Mason has been one of the most consistent receivers in the NFL over the last 17 years. While he may not be the elite

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