1,000 Catch Club

The 1,000 Catch Club is a group of 14 National Football League players with at least 1,000 career receptions. The list consists of 12 wide receivers and 2 tight ends.[1]

Players with at least 1,000 receptions[]

Key
^ Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
* Denotes player who is still active in the NFL

Through Week 10 of 2019 season

Rank Player Team(s) Receptions
1 Jerry Rice^ San Francisco 49ers
Oakland Raiders
Seattle Seahawks
1,549
2 Larry Fitzgerald* Arizona Cardinals 1,353
3 Tony Gonzalez^ Kansas City Chiefs
Atlanta Falcons
1,325
4 Jason Witten* Dallas Cowboys 1,188
5 Marvin Harrison^ Indianapolis Colts 1,102
6 Cris Carter^ Philadelphia Eagles
Minnesota Vikings
Miami Dolphins
1,101
7 Tim Brown^ Los Angeles / Oakland Raiders
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1,094
8 Terrell Owens^ San Francisco 49ers
Philadelphia Eagles
Dallas Cowboys
Buffalo Bills
Cincinnati Bengals
1,078
9 Anquan Boldin Arizona Cardinals
Baltimore Ravens
San Francisco 49ers
Detroit Lions
1,076
10 Reggie Wayne Indianapolis Colts 1,070
11 Andre Johnson Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Tennessee Titans
1,062
12 Steve Smith Sr. Carolina Panthers
Baltimore Ravens
1,031
13 Isaac Bruce Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams
San Francisco 49ers
1,024
14 Hines Ward Pittsburgh Steelers 1,000

Players with at least 75 post season receptions[]

Through start of 2019 season[2]

Rank Player Team(s) by season Receptions
1 Jerry Rice^ San Francisco 49ers (19852000)
Oakland Raiders (20012004)
Seattle Seahawks (2004)
151
2 Julian Edelman* New England Patriots (since 2009) 115
3 Reggie Wayne Indianapolis Colts (20012014) 93
4 Hines Ward Pittsburgh Steelers (19982011) 88
Wes Welker San Diego Chargers (2004)
Miami Dolphins (20042006)
New England Patriots (20072012)
Denver Broncos (20132014)
St. Louis Rams (2015)
6 Michael Irvin^ Dallas Cowboys (19881999) 87
7 Andre Reed^ Buffalo Bills (19852000) 85
8 Rob Gronkowski New England Patriots (20102018) 81
9 Thurman Thomas^ Buffalo Bills (19882000) 76

References[]

  1. ^ NFL Career Receptions Leaders - Pro-Football-Reference.com
  2. ^ "NFL Receptions Career Playoffs Leaders". ProFootballReference.com. Retrieved 8 February 2019.