Reaching 10,000 receiving yards is quite a milestone, and there are numerous players in the NFL today who have reached this impressive milestone. There are currently 55 players in NFL history, both active and retired, who have 10,000 or more receiving yards.

While that may sound like a lot of players, it isn’t, so reaching this milestone is one of the most impressive feats a player can accomplish. There are seven active NFL players who have reached this milestone. Let’s take a look at them.

The best player on this list, Tyreek Hill, has made the Pro Bowl in every season of his NFL career and has also added five All-Pros.

Hill led the NFL in receiving yards and touchdowns in 2023, with 119 receptions, 1,799 yards and 13 scores in 16 games. It’s not crazy to think the Cheetah could become the first WR ever to reach 2,000 yards in a season.

In only two of his eight seasons has he failed to reach 1,000 yards. In a full 17-game season, Hill has averaged 1,390 yards and 10 touchdowns. His production is downright poor.

Keenan Allen, a quietly six-time Pro Bowler, reached the 10,000-yard mark in 2023 with the Los Angeles Chargers, but the veteran WR is now with the Chicago Bears. At 32, he’s one of the best route runners the NFL has had since the turn of the century.

In his 11-year career, Allen has six 1,000-yard seasons, with his highest yards-per-game total coming in 2023. There are no signs of him slowing down.

Davante Adams is one of the best wide receivers of this century, eclipsing the 10,000-yard mark with the Las Vegas Raiders in 2023. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of Adams’ career is his 95 career receiving touchdowns, as he has six seasons with double-digit touchdowns.

During his 10-year career with the Green Bay Packers and Las Vegas Raiders, he averaged 5.8 receptions per game and 71.9 yards per game.

Travis Kelce, arguably the greatest tight end of all time, has had fewer than 1,000 receiving yards in a season for the first time since 2015. Kelce’s production from the TE spot has been historic, as he has also added 907 receptions and 74 touchdowns. He’s not being outrageous when he suggests Kelce could reach 1,000 receptions by the 2024 NFL season.

Travis Kelce is turning 35, so Father Time will catch up with him at some point.

Mike Evans has been in the NFL for 10 years and has passed for at least 1,000 yards in each of those seasons, which is an NFL record. Make no mistake, the five-time Pro Bowler is a future Hall of Famer. Not only has he added 11,680 yards in 10 years, but he also has 94 receiving touchdowns, leading the NFL in that category in 2023.

Mike Evans shows no signs of slowing down.

Someone who continued to produce in 2023, DeAndre Hopkins actually caught 75 passes for 1,057 yards and seven scores. He’s now 32 years old and has one year left on his current deal with the Tennessee Titans. Hopkins has seven 1,000-yard seasons in 11 years in the NFL.

He has performed at an insanely high level and could get a bigger share in 2023 if Will Levis can take the next step.

Future Hall of Famer Julio Jones leads the NFL among active players with 13,703 yards. Jones hasn’t had a 500-yard season since 2020, so it’s clear his NFL days are nearly over. He signed with the Eagles in 2023 and played in 11 games, catching 11 passes for 74 yards.

Jones is now 35 years old and could still remain active in the NFL to see if a playoff contender can emerge, but at this point the stud wide receiver’s playing days are essentially over. He’s made seven Pro Bowls and two All-Pro awards, so it’s a pretty safe bet he’ll make the HOF at some point.