The Career Receiving Leaders Of The Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks are one of the more recent additions to the National Football League, having joined it in 1976. Over the years though, the team has had some decent quarterbacks and some great receivers. Here is a look at some of the receiving leaders in various categories for the Seattle Seahawks.

-No player has caught more passes during his Seahawks career than Pro Football Hall of Fame member Steve Largent. Largent joined the Seahawks in the team’s first year in 1976 and stayed with them until he retired in 1989. During that time he caught 819 passes.

-When it comes to passes caught in one season, Bobby Engram is at the top of the list with the 94 he caught in 2007.

-Steve Largent also sits at the top of the list for career receiving yards for the Seahawks with 13,089.

-With 1,287 yards in 1985, Steve Largent has gained more receiving yards in one season than any other Seahawks player.

-It should come as no surprise that the player to catch the most touchdown passes during his Seahawks career is Steve Largent who hauled in an even 100 before he called it a career.

-In 1985, Daryl Turner caught 13 touchdown passes. This is the most touchdown receptions ever caught in one season by a member of the Seattle Seahawks.

-In 2008, wide receiver Koren Robinson caught the longest reception ever caught by a Seahawks player when he hauled in a 90 yarder from quarterback Seneca Wallace that was the only touchdown the team scored in a 26-7 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

-No Seattle Seahawks receiver has fumbled the ball more than the great Steve Largent who dropped the ball 17 times during his career.

-The player who has the most rushing yards from the wide receiver position in their career with the Seahawks is Joey Galloway with 378 yards.

-Joey Galloway also holds the team record for most rushing yards in a season by a Seahawks wide receiver when he gained 127 yards on 15 carries in 1996.

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