Last year, I asked you about rushing yards with multiple franchises. In light of the trade of Brandon Marshall to the Jets, I thought it would be fun to look at the same question but for receiving yards.
First, I stumbled upon a bit of trivia that caught me by surprise. Only one player has recorded over 5,000 receiving yards with two teams. Some hints:
Now, what about the record for most receiving yards with at least three teams?
Marshall has a decent chance of becoming the record-holder in the above category; he’s got an outstanding chance of doing it in the next one. In fact, only two players have ever gained 1,000 career receiving yards with four different teams. One is perhaps somewhat easy — it’s Keenan McCardell, who had 6,393 yards with the Jaguars, 1,844 yards with the Bucs, 1,747 yards with the Chargers, and 1,133 yards at the start of his career in Cleveland. But it’s not McCardell who is the record-holder: