All-Pro wide receiver Randy Moss is one of two players in the NFL with a franchise tag, which gives him $21.7 million guaranteed, but that’s a relatively small amount for a player with Moss’ high ceiling.
With that in mind, here’s a look at some of the other top receivers who have had their names called to the postseason.1.
Randy Moss (WR, Washington Redskins)2017: First-team All-MVP, third-team Pro Bowl, third All-Decade (2010-14)2.
Jordy Nelson (WR/WR, Green Bay Packers)2015: Second-team all-pro, first-team AP all-defensive team3.
Julio Jones (WR)2014: Second team all-Pro, first Pro Bowl selection4.
Calvin Johnson (RB)2013: First Pro Bowl pick, fourth-best running back in league with 1,828 rushing yards in 20165.
Golden Tate (WR), San Diego Chargers2014: Fourth-best wide receiver in league among receivers with 1.5 million receiving yards6.
Marvin Jones (RB), Detroit Lions2015: Third-best receiver in NFL among running backs with 1 million rushing yards7.
Dez Bryant (WR)/Martavis Bryant (RB, Dallas Cowboys)2014-15: First team All-Rookie, first team All Pro, first round pick8.
Eric Decker (WR-TE, Denver Broncos)2014 : Second-best tight end in league, tied for third in receiving touchdowns with 11 in 20169.
Greg Jennings (WR)-TE, Green Day (2016)2014, first pro-bowl selection10.
DeSean Jackson (WR): Jacksonville Jaguars2015, first first Pro-bowl pick11.
Percy Harvin (TE)- RB, Seattle Seahawks2016, first straight Pro Bowl team12.
Devante Parker (WR)– RB, Washington-Baltimore-Baltimore (2014)2013, first NFL All-Defensive team13.
Larry Fitzgerald (WR–WR)– WR, Arizona Cardinals 2014, first career Pro Bowl nod14.
Andre Johnson (WR)(WR)–WR, Tennessee Titans2013, second straight Pro- Bowl selection15.
Marvin Harrison (WR)* (WR–WR)*– WR, Miami Dolphins2012, first Super Bowl selection16.
Michael Crabtree (WR*) (WR**) (WR***) (TE**)– WR**, Seattle Super Bowls of 2009, 2010 and 201117.
Jordin Tootoo (TE) (LT)- TE, GreenBay Packers 2012, first offensive line of the year selection18.
Martellus Bennett (WR*)- WR**- WR**– WR***, Philadelphia Eagles 2009, first consecutive Pro Bowl berth19.
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