Cincinnati Bengals’ All-Time Top 5: Wide Receivers

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As we continue our Bengals’ All-Time Top 5 list, we now move to the position that features some of the greatest Bengal players in franchise history at any position, the wide receivers:

 

Oct 31, 2010; New Orleans, LA, USA; Television announcer Chris Collinsworth on the field prior to kickoff of a game between the New Orleans Saints and the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Louisiana Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-US PRESSWIRE

5. Chris Collinsworth- He started he collegiate career as a quarterback at the University of Florida. He later was converted to a WR and the Bengals drafted him in 1981 in the second round. Collinsworth had great size and speed making him a mismatch for almost any cornerback. His career only lasted eight seasons but he was able to tally four 1,000 yard seasons.

Receptions – 417

Yards – 6,698

Touchdowns – 36

4. Eddie Brown- A great first round draft pick from the Bengals, who collected over 900 yards and eight touchdowns in his rookie season; leading him to win Offensive Rookie of the Year. He had one lone Pro Bowl season in 1998, same year the Bengals made an appearance in the Super Bowl.

Receptions – 363

Yards – 6,134

Touchdowns – 41

 

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Topics: 2012 NFL Draft, Carl Pickens, Chad Johnson, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Collinsworth, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Bengals, Eddie Brown, Free Agency, Front Office News, Isaac Curtis, NFL, NFL News

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  • webeougher

    Curtis should be number two. Other than that, good list.