List of National Football League receiving touchdowns leaders

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This is a list of National Football League players by total career receiving touchdowns recorded. This list includes all players with at least 75 career receiving TDs.

Rank[1] Player Seasons by team Total Receiving
Touchdowns[2]
Year of Induction into
Pro Football Hall of Fame
1 Jerry Rice San Francisco 49ers (19852000)
Oakland Raiders (20012004[3])
Seattle Seahawks (2004)
197 2010
2 Randy Moss Minnesota Vikings (19982004, 2010[4])
Oakland Raiders (20052006)
New England Patriots (20072010)
Tennessee Titans (2010)
San Francisco 49ers (2012)
156 Not applicable [5]
3 Terrell Owens San Francisco 49ers (19962003)
Philadelphia Eagles (20042005)
Dallas Cowboys (20062008)
Buffalo Bills (2009)
Cincinnati Bengals (2010)
Seattle Seahawks (2012)
153 Not applicable [5]
4 Cris Carter Philadelphia Eagles (19871989)
Minnesota Vikings (19902001)
Miami Dolphins (2002)
130 2013
5 Marvin Harrison Indianapolis Colts (19962008) 128 One time finalist
6 Tony Gonzalez Kansas City Chiefs (19972008)
Atlanta Falcons (2009-2013)
111 Not applicable [5]
7 Tim Brown Oakland Raiders (1988[6]2003)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2004)
100 Five time finalist
Steve Largent Seattle Seahawks (19761989) 100 1995
9 Don Hutson Green Bay Packers (19351945) 99 1963
10 Isaac Bruce St. Louis Rams (19942007)
San Francisco 49ers (20082009)
91 Not applicable [5]
11 Antonio Gates San Diego Chargers (2003–Present) 90 Not applicable [5]
12 Don Maynard New York Giants (1958)
New York Jets (1960[7]1972)
88 1987
13 Larry Fitzgerald Arizona Cardinals (2004–Present) 87 Not applicable [5]
Andre Reed Buffalo Bills (19851999)
Washington Redskins (2000)
87 2014
15 Lance Alworth San Diego Chargers (19621970)
Dallas Cowboys (19711972)
85 1978
Paul Warfield Cleveland Browns (19641969, 19761977)
Miami Dolphins (19701974)
85 1984
Hines Ward Pittsburgh Steelers (19982011) 85 Not applicable [5]
18 Mark Clayton Miami Dolphins (19831992)
Green Bay Packers (1993)
84 None
Irving Fryar New England Patriots (19841992)
Miami Dolphins (19931995)
Philadelphia Eagles (19961998)
Washington Redskins (19992000)
84 None
Tommy McDonald Philadelphia Eagles (19571963)
Dallas Cowboys (1964)
Los Angeles Rams (19651966)
Atlanta Falcons (1967)
Cleveland Browns (1968)
84 1998
Andre Rison Indianapolis Colts (1989)
Atlanta Falcons (19901994)
Cleveland Browns (1995)
Jacksonville Jaguars (1996[8])
Green Bay Packers (1996)
Kansas City Chiefs (19971999)
Oakland Raiders (2000)
84 None
22 Art Powell Philadelphia Eagles (1959)
New York Titans (19601962)
Oakland Raiders (19631966)
Buffalo Bills (1967)
Minnesota Vikings (1968)
81 None
23 Reggie Wayne Indianapolis Colts (2001–Present) 80 Not applicable [5]
24 Harold Carmichael Philadelphia Eagles (19711983)
Dallas Cowboys (1984)
79 None
Charley Taylor Washington Redskins (19641975, 1977) 79 1984
26 Joey Galloway Seattle Seahawks (19951999)
Dallas Cowboys (20002003)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (20042008)
New England Patriots (2009)
Washington Redskins (2010)
77 Not applicable [5]
27 Fred Biletnikoff Oakland Raiders (19651978) 76 1988
Harold Jackson Los Angeles Rams (1968, 19731977)
Philadelphia Eagles (19691972)
New England Patriots (19781981)
Minnesota Vikings (1982)
Seattle Seahawks (1983)
76 None
29 James Lofton Green Bay Packers (19781986)
Los Angeles Raiders (19871988)
Buffalo Bills (19891992)
Los Angeles Rams (1993[9])
Philadelphia Eagles (1993)
75 2003

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  1. ^ Rank is through week 2 of the 2014 season.
  2. ^ Total is through week 2 of the 2014 season.
  3. ^ Rice was traded during the 2004 season; he played four games for the Raiders and thirteen games for the Seahawks.
  4. ^ Moss was traded during the pendency of the 2010 season; he played four games for the Patriots and four for the Vikings. Moss was released by the Vikings and was claimed on waiver by the Titans, where he played eight games.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i A player is not eligible for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame until he has been fully retired for five calendar years or is deceased; player was not eligible for induction upon the commencement of the 2014 season.
  6. ^ Between the 1988 and 1994 seasons, inclusive, the Raiders were known as the Los Angeles Raiders; the franchise relocated prior to the commencement of the 1995 season.
  7. ^ During Maynard's first three seasons, the New York Jets were known as the New York Titans.
  8. ^ Rison was released by the Jaguars during the 1996 season and was claimed on waiver by the Green Bay Packers; he played 11 games for the Jaguars and five for the Packers.
  9. ^ Lofton was traded during the pendency of the 1993 season; he played one game for the Rams and nine for the Eagles.

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