All-time receiving yards leaders in Cincinnati Bengals history

Leigh Oleszczak
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The Cincinnati Bengals have had some outstanding pass-catchers during their storied history. Who leads the organization in receiving yards? 

Pass-catchers are as important as ever in today’s NFL and the Cincinnati Bengals are no stranger to having talented options in that department. Whether it’s a wide receiver or a tight end, the Bengals have seen some lethal pass-catchers on their rosters over the years.

Let’s check out the leaders in receiving yards in Bengals history.

This article was first published in July 2022. It was most recently updated in February 2023.

All stats courtesy of Pro Football Reference

15. Chip Myers (3,079)

Bengals WR from 1969-1976

Chip Myers joined the Bengals in 1969 after he spent the ’67 season in San Francisco and the ’68 season in Continental Football League. When that fell through, he linked up with the Bengals where he spent the next eight years of his career.

Myers made the Pro Bowl once in his career and it was during the 1972 season. That year saw the NW Oklahoma State product grab 57 receptions for 792 yards and three touchdowns. He wouldn’t come close to those numbers again.

Myers hasn’t played in the NFL since 1976 yet he’s still in the top 15 when it comes to all-time receiving yards for the organization.