The 10 Best Wide Receivers Not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Dean HyblAnalyst IJune 21, 2009

The 10 Best Wide Receivers Not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

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Best of the Rest

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10. Gary Clark – Washington Redskins/Phoenix Cardinals/Miami Dolphins – 1985-1995

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    13 SEP 1992:  WASHINGTON REDSKINS WIDE RECEIVER GARY CLARK POINTS TO THE CROWD IN CELEBRATION DURING A 24-17 VICTORY OVER THE ATLANTA FALCONS AT RFK STADIUM IN WASHINGTON D.C.

9. Sterling Sharpe – Green Bay Packers – 1988-1994

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    20 SEP 1992:  GREEN BAY PACKERS WIDE RECEIVER STERLING SHARPE RUNS OFF THE FIELD DURING THE PACKERS 24-23 WIN OVER THE CINCINNATI BENGALS AT LAMBEAU FIELD IN GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Daniel/ALLSPORT

8. Mark Clayton – Miami Dolphins/Green Bay Packers – 1983-1993

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    ORCHARD PARK, NY - DECEMBER 23:  Wide receiver Mark Clayton #83 of the Miami Dolphins runs with the ball against the Buffalo Bills during a game at Ralph Wilson Stadium on December 23, 1990 in Orchard Park, New York.  The Bills won 24-17.  (Photo by Rick

7. Otis Taylor – Kansas City Chiefs – 1965-1975

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6. Harold Carmichael –Philadelphia Eagles/Dallas Cowboys – 1971-1984

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5. Henry Ellard – Los Angeles Rams/Washington Redskins/New England Patriots– 1983-1998

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    24 Sep 1989: Wide receiver Henry Ellard of the Los Angeles Rams moves the ball during a game against the Green Bay Packers at Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim, California. The Rams won the game, 41-38.

4. Andre Reed – Buffalo Bills/Washington Redskins – 1985-2000

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    31 Jan 1993:  Wide receiver Andre Reed (left) of the Buffalo Bills runs with the ball during the Super Bowl  XXVII game against the Dallas Cowboys at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. The Cowboys won the game 52-17. Mandatory Credit: Rick Stewart  /A

3. Cris Carter – Philadelphia Eagles/Minnesota Vikings/Miami Dolphins – 1987-2002

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    17 Sep 2000:  Chris Carter #80 of the Minnesota Vikings moves with the ball during the game against the New England Patriots at the Foxboro Stadium in Foxboro, Maryland.  The Vikings defeated the Patriots 21-13.Mandatory Credit: Rick Stewart  /Allsport

2. Drew Pearson – Dallas Cowboys – 1973-1983

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1. Cliff Branch – Oakland Raiders – 1973-1985

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