Reviewing the best Giants' WRs of all time
The Giant Insider|September 19, 2021
2021 hopes to be the Year of the Receiver for the New York Giants.

They signed the top free-agent wideout in Kenny Golladay this past offseason and then added Florida speedster Kadarius Toney in the first round of the NFL Draft.

Big Blue also added John Ross, a former first-round pick of the Cincinnati Bengals and tight end Kyle Rudolph. This is in addition to already having Evan Engram, Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton, C.J. Board, Dante Pettis, and David Sills on the roster.

Throughout their history, the Giants have had their share of quality receivers. Fans have their favorites, but few know the facts about who holds what records and where their favorite players stand in Giants’ history.

The franchise mark for career receiving yards is held by Amani Toomer (9,497), who has nearly twice as many as the next player on the list, Odell Beckham, Jr (5,476). Four of the next five players on the list are either running backs or players who played multiple positions: Frank Gifford, Tiki Barber, Joe Morrison, Homer Jones, and Kyle Rote.

The single-season yards mark is 1,536 yards, set by Victor Cruz in 2011. Beckham had 1,420 in 2015.

Toomer also has the most receptions (668) in team history, followed by Barber (586), Morrison (395), Beckham (390) and Jeremy Shockey (371).

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