All-time receiving yards leaders in Cincinnati Bengals history

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7. Darnay Scott (5,975)

Bengals WR from 1994-2001

By this point, we’re seeing Bengals who spent a long time in the Bengals organization and Darnay Scott is yet another example of this. After being drafted by the franchise in the second round of the 1994 NFL Draft, Scott played with the team that drafted him for seven years.

In all but one of his seven seasons, Scott had over 800 yards receiving and had at least five touchdowns in his first six seasons. He was a consistent playmaker on the offensive side of the ball.

While Scott never made it to the Pro Bowl, he had plenty of impressive seasons. His best season came in 1999 when he hauled in 1,022 yards and seven touchdowns and averaged 15 yards per catch.

After seven years with the Bengals, Scott spent the final year of his career with the Cowboys and didn’t do much with them. The fact that he had no fewer than 797 yards in seven years with the Bengals is proof of why he’s so high on this list.