All-time receiving yards leaders in Cincinnati Bengals history

Leigh Oleszczak
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13. Tony McGee (3,795)

Bengals TE from 1993-2001

With a second-round pick in the 1993 NFL Draft, the Bengals selected Tony McGee out of Michigan. The tight end might not have found the end zone as a rookie during the ’93 season but he had 525 yards receiving.

The following year, McGee had 492 yards receiving and one touchdown. He totaled a career-high 754 yards receiving in the 1995 season and also added four touchdowns to his resumé. His career-high in touchdowns came in 1997 when he found the end zone six times.

For nine years, McGee gave the Bengals a reliable tight end. During the first eight years of his career, he missed just three games proving that he was always around and able to take the field.

After the 2001 season, McGee signed with the Cowboys and played there for a season and a half before closing out his career with the Giants in 2003. He’s still inside the top 15 all-time when it comes to receiving yard leaders for the Bengals.