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New York Giants All-time Leading Receivers

Players listed in bold were active with the team during the 2013 season.
AAFC statistics are not included in franchise totals.

Player Seasons # Yrs Rec Yds Avg Lg TD
Amani Toomer 1996-2008 13 668 9,497 14.2 82t 54
Tiki Barber 1997-2006 10 586 5,183 8.8 87t 12
Joe Morrison 1959-1972 14 395 4,993 12.6 70 47
Jeremy Shockey 2002-2007 6 371 4,228 11.4 59 27
Ike Hilliard 1997-2004 8 368 4,630 12.6 59 27
Frank Gifford 1952-1960,1962-1964 12 367 5,434 14.8 77t 43
Chris Calloway 1992-1998 7 334 4,710 14.1 68t 27
Bob Tucker 1970-1977 8 327 4,376 13.4 63t 22
Hakeem Nicks 2009-2013 5 311 4,622 14.9 68t 27
Kyle Rote 1951-1961 11 300 4,797 16.0 75 48
Mark Bavaro 1985-1990 6 266 3,722 14.0 61 28
Aaron Thomas 1962-1970 9 247 4,253 17.2 71t 35
Plaxico Burress 2005-2008 4 244 3,681 15.1 78t 33
Earnest Gray 1979-1984 6 243 3,768 15.5 62 27
Victor Cruz 2011-2013 3 241 3,626 15.0 99t 23
Alex Webster 1955-1964 10 240 2,679 11.2 59t 17
Del Shofner 1961-1967 7 239 4,315 18.1 70t 35
Lionel Manuel 1984-1990 7 232 3,941 17.0 53 23
David Meggett 1989-1994 6 231 2,194 9.5 62t 10
Steve Smith 2007-2010 4 220 2,386 10.8 51 11
Homer Jones 1964-1969 6 214 4,845 22.6 98t 35
Howard Cross 1989-2001 13 201 2,194 10.9 40 17
Ron Johnson 1970-1975 6 189 1,813 9.6 50 15
Bob Schnelker 1954-1960 7 183 3,232 17.7 70t 29
Rodney Hampton 1990-1996 7 174 1,309 7.5 62 2

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