List of Washington Redskins Football Receiving Leaders - 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
Bobby Mitchell 6,492 1962 1968
Ricky Sanders 5,854 1986 1993
Jerry Smith 5,496 1965 1977
Hugh Taylor 5,233 1947 1954
Michael Westbrook 4,280 1995 2001
Santana Moss 4,125 2005 2008
Henry Ellard 3,930 1994 1998
Chris Cooley 3,457 2004 2008
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
Dick Todd 1,826 1939 1948
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
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

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