3 Greatest Wide Receivers in Dolphins History

3 Greatest Wide Receivers in Dolphins History


The Miami Dolphins' history has been an up-and-down affair. They are still the only franchise in NFL history with an undefeated season under their belt, but in recent years they've been among the league's worst teams.

That history has included some all-time great players, though, so let's take a look at the top three Dolphins wideouts of all time.

Best Miami Dolphins Wide Receivers of All Time

3. Paul Warfield (1970-1974)

Paul Warfield wasn't in Miami long, but he made the most of his time. He made the Pro Bowl in each of his five seasons with the Dolphins, earning All-Pro honors twice. Despite playing just 60 games, his 3,355 receiving yards rank No. 12 in franchise history, while his 33 touchdowns are good for fifth.

2. Mark Duper (1982-1992)

The franchise's all-time receiving leader, Mark Duper racked up 8,869 yards on 511 catches in Miami. It certainly helped his case that he spent his whole career catching passes from Dan Marino, but you can't discount Duper's solid body of work, which includes three Pro Bowl appearances.

1. Mark Clayton (1983-1992)

Marino's favorite target, and likely a large part of the reason Duper didn't have better numbers, Mark Clayton is No. 2 in Dolphins receiving yards (8,643), but No. 1 in touchdowns (81). Clayton led the NFL in receiving touchdowns twice (1984, '88) and was a five-time Pro Bowler in his decade with the Dolphins.

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