Contents 1 High school career 2 College career 3 Professional career 3.1 Carolina Panthers 3.1.1 2001 season 3.1.2 2002 season 3.1.3 2003 season and Super Bowl XXXVIII 3.1.4 2004 season and injury 3.1.5 2005 season and comeback 3.1.6 2006 season 3.1.7 2007 season 3.1.8 2008 season 3.1.9 2009 season 3.1.10 2010 season 3.1.11 2011 season 3.1.12 2012 season 3.1.13 2013 season 3.2 Baltimore Ravens 3.2.1 2014 season 3.2.2 2015 season 3.2.3 2016 season 3.3 Professional statistics 4 Career accomplishments 4.1 NFL records 4.2 Panthers franchise records 5 Personal life 6 References 7 External links

High school career[edit] Smith attended University High School in Los Angeles, and was a letterman in football and track & field. In football, he played running back and defensive back, and was an All-Metro League selection as well as an All-California Interscholastic Federation selection. Smith graduated from University High School in 1997. In track & field, he set a handful of school records, was named as an All-City selection as a high-hurdler, and also excelled in the triple jump and 300m hurdles. He had personal-bests of 14.95 seconds in the 110m hurdles and 38.73 seconds in the 300m hurdles.[2]

College career[edit] After graduating from high school, Smith attended Santa Monica College. While playing for the Santa Monica Corsairs football team, Smith quickly defined himself as a talented football player, and earned a starting position. During this time, Smith was teammates with future NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson, bemusing fans of the small college's team with their unexpected talents. While impressing spectators with his performance on the football field, Santa Monica's head coach, Robert Taylor, encouraged Smith to not play for riches or fame, but to play so that he might earn a scholarship to a Division-I school, where he could receive a better education. He also advised Smith and Johnson to not do touchdown celebrations and as Smith said, "they put the cuffs on us." Smith took Taylor's advice to heart, and excelled in his academics, not missing a single day of classes while attending Santa Monica. After completing two years at Santa Monica College, Smith transferred to the University of Utah, where he established himself as a standout wideout for the Utah Utes football team in the Mountain West Conference where he was a teammate of future NFL running back Mike Anderson. While at the University of Utah, Smith set a record for yards per catch with a 20.6 average, and was chosen to play for the conference's all-star team twice. However, he missed their bowl game in his final season due to injury. After the Blue–Gray All-Star game on December 25, 2000, Smith began to receive attention from various NFL scouts. He was named offensive MVP of the January 13, 2001, East–West Shrine Game.[3] He and his wife have endowed an athletics scholarship at the University of Utah.[4]

Professional career[edit] Pre-draft measurables Ht Wt 40-yard dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert jump Broad BP 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 184 lb (83 kg) 4.39 s 1.51 s 2.51 s 4.25 s 7.44 s 38.5 in (0.98 m) 10 ft 1 in (3.07 m) 10 reps All values from NFL Combine Carolina Panthers[edit] 2001 season[edit] The Carolina Panthers chose Smith in the third round (74th overall) during the 2001 NFL Draft. Smith spent a majority of his rookie season as a kick and punt returner, leading all rookies in net yardage with 1,994 yards, and landing in fourth place among all NFL players behind Priest Holmes, Marshall Faulk, and Derrick Mason. In his first play as a professional, Smith returned the opening kickoff of the first game of the season for a touchdown. Smith also had 10 catches for 154 yards, and rushed 4 times for 43 yards. However, the team finished 1-15, winning only their season opener against the Minnesota Vikings. 2002 season[edit] During the 2002 NFL season, Smith earned a starting position as a wide receiver and continued as the team's kick returner and punt returner. In 2002, Smith was involved in an altercation in a training camp dormitory with fellow receiver Guilian Gary. On November 10, 2002, Smith was involved with an altercation with his teammate Anthony Bright during a film-room meeting.[5] Smith was suspended after that incident, which left Bright with a fractured orbital lobe. Smith was arrested and briefly jailed on charges of misdemeanor assault, and the Panthers suspended him for one game on November 21.[6] Smith finished the 2002 season with 54 receptions for 872 yards and 3 touchdowns. 2003 season and Super Bowl XXXVIII[edit] During the 2003 season, Smith played a critical role for the Panther offense and helped lead them to their first NFC title in franchise history. He finished the regular season with 88 receptions for 1,110 yards and 7 touchdowns. He eclipsed the 1,000 receiving yards mark for the first time in his career in 2003. During the NFC divisional playoffs, Smith caught a 69-yard pass and ran it for a touchdown in the 2nd overtime period to defeat the St. Louis Rams 29–23. In Super Bowl XXXVIII, he caught 4 passes for 80 yards and a touchdown, and returned a kickoff for 30 yards in the Panthers' 32–29 loss to the New England Patriots. 2004 season and injury[edit] Smith suffered a severe break in his leg during the 2004 NFL season opener against the Green Bay Packers, and was out for the remainder of the year. Before the injury, he managed to record 6 catches for 60 yards, and even attempted a pass which fell incomplete. 2005 season and comeback[edit] In 2005 NFL season, Smith recovered from his injury to have the best season of his career. He almost managed to earn the "Triple Crown" of receiving, leading the NFL with 1,563 receiving yards, 103 receptions, and 12 touchdowns, but tied with Larry Fitzgerald in receptions and Marvin Harrison in touchdowns. Smith also returned 27 punts for 286 yards. His 10.6 yards/return was the second highest of his career. Smith dominated the first two rounds of the 2005 post season. In a Wild Card Round victory over the New York Giants, Smith caught 10 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown, and rushed for 12 yards and another score. The Panthers then defeated the Chicago Bears in the divisional round, aided by Smith's franchise record 12 receptions for 218 yards and 2 touchdowns. Smith and the Panthers then faced the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship. Although he scored on a 59-yard punt return, Smith was held to 33 receiving yards on 5 catches, and the Panthers lost by a score of 34–14. Smith, along with teammates Jake Delhomme, Julius Peppers, and Mike Wahle were invited to the 2006 Pro Bowl after the season. Smith also shared the 2005 NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award with New England Patriots' linebacker Tedy Bruschi. 2006 season[edit] Smith with the Panthers in 2006. After suffering a hamstring injury and developing an ingrown toenail in training camp before the 2006 season, Smith returned to the field after missing two weeks of action. Smith was double covered frequently but still managed to battle through that and injuries to finish the year with 83 catches for 1,186 yards and 8 touchdowns. He was also invited to the 2007 Pro Bowl, his second Pro Bowl in a row and third overall. His contract ran up after the season. On March 1, he signed an extension. 2007 season[edit] By May 4, he signed a new extension worth $45 million for six years.[7] Smith started 15 games for the Panthers during their 2007 season, and led Carolina with 87 catches, 1,002 receiving yards, and 7 touchdowns despite playing with four different starting quarterbacks due to injury to starting quarterback Jake Delhomme. 2008 season[edit] Smith made headlines during the 2008 training camp when he was involved in an altercation with teammate Ken Lucas on August 1, 2008. Smith broke Lucas's nose during the fight and was later sent home for the remainder of the day after reportedly apologizing. Smith was given a two-game suspension by the team.[8][9] Smith then suffered a severe concussion during the 2008 preseason opener against the Indianapolis Colts, where Smith was hit in the head when catching a pass.[10] He continued to play that game, but did not travel with the team to their next game against the Philadelphia Eagles. After returning from suspension and scoring his first touchdown of the 2008 season, Smith presented the ball to Lucas on the sideline.[11] Despite his 2-game suspension, Smith was voted to play in the 2009 Pro Bowl after he managed to catch 78 passes for 1,421 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns, leading the NFL in receiving yards per game. 2009 season[edit] During Week 16 of the 2009 NFL Season, Smith broke his left forearm on a touchdown catch in a game against the New York Giants causing him to sit out the final game of the year. Smith finished the year with 982 yards on 65 receptions and 7 touchdowns, just 18 yards shy of a fifth consecutive 1,000 yard receiving season. On January 1, 2010, Smith was placed on injured reserve following the injury, and on June 19, 2010, Smith broke his arm again while playing flag football. 2010 season[edit] Smith in 2010 2010 was Smith's worst season as a starter since 2002. Although he led the team in both receptions and receiving yards, he only managed 46 catches for 554 yards. In addition, he only caught two touchdown passes, 1 fewer than rookie David Gettis. Smith's low numbers were due to the total lack of team offense behind rookie quarterback Jimmy Clausen. The Panthers finished last in most offensive categories and with a 2–14 record, which was the worst in the 2010 season, securing the 1st overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. Smith's dissatisfaction led to widespread rumors amongst the Panthers fan base that the star receiver wanted to be traded from the team for the 2011 season. 2011 season[edit] Smith opened up the 2011 season strong, gaining 178 yards and 2 touchdowns on 8 catches, including a 77-yard reception for a touchdown. Smith followed his week 1 performance with another 150-yard receiving game, but had a fumble during the game as well. On November 27, 2011, Smith surpassed the 1,000-yard receiving mark.[12] During Week 14, he became the 35th player in NFL history to reach the 10,000-yard receiving mark after a 125-yard performance against the Atlanta Falcons. Smith reached a total of 1,394 yards on 79 catches, and was one catch away from reaching the 700 rec mark. Smith was selected to his fifth pro bowl. 2012 season[edit] Prior to the season, he signed a three-year extension worth $18 million.[7] Smith played in all 16 games in 2012, recording 73 receptions for 1,174 yards and four touchdowns. 2013 season[edit] "I don't know. You go and ask him, 'cause he didn't finish the game. Ice up, son. Ice up." Smith, in response to his scuffles with Talib during the game.[13][14] In 2013, Smith continued to play well,[15] despite hauling in only 64 receptions, his lowest since 2010. On December 22, 2013, Smith received a PCL sprain against the New Orleans Saints. The Panthers came out on top of the Saints 17-13. Smith received his 800th reception in the 2013 season. Smith was released by the Panthers on March 13, 2014.[16] Baltimore Ravens[edit] Smith with the Baltimore Ravens in 2014 2014 season[edit] Prior to signing with the Ravens, Smith stated that if he happens to meet his former team, the Panthers, again, to "put your goggles on cause there's going to be blood and guts everywhere."[17] On March 14, 2014, Smith signed a three-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens, worth $11.5 million with a $3.5 million bonus.[18] In the Ravens' season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, Smith caught 7 passes for 118 yards and an 80-yard touchdown, but the Ravens lost the game 23–16. In Week 3 against the Cleveland Browns, Smith caught 5 passes for 101 yards, including a 32-yard reception that set up the game-winning field goal, as the Ravens won 23–21. In Week 4, Smith faced his old team. On the Ravens' second possession of the game, quarterback Joe Flacco threw a pass which was tipped and landed in the arms of Smith, who took the ball to the end zone for a 61-yard touchdown. Later in the game, Flacco fumbled a snap. He picked up the ball and threw a pass to a covered Smith, who caught it in the back of the endzone, despite being held by cornerback Melvin White. Smith finished the game with 7 catches for 139 yards and two touchdowns as the Ravens defeated the Panthers 38–10. In Week 6, Smith caught a 56-yard touchdown pass in a game in which Flacco threw a career-high five touchdown passes and set the record for the fastest time to throw them (16:03).[citation needed] Smith finished the game with five catches for 110 yards and that 56-yard score. In Week 15, Smith caught his 900th career reception against the Jacksonville Jaguars, as the Ravens won 20–12. In Week 17, Smith reached the single season 1,000 yard mark for the eighth time in his career. In that game, the Ravens defeated the Cleveland Browns 20–10 and clinched a playoff berth. Smith finished the 2014 regular season with 79 receptions, 1,065 yards and 6 touchdowns. He also fumbled twice and lost one. In the wild card round of the playoffs, Smith caught five passes for 101 yards as the Ravens defeated the division rival Pittsburgh Steelers for the first time ever in the playoffs.[citation needed] In the divisional round of the playoffs, Smith caught three passes for 44 yards and a touchdown, as the Ravens lost and had their season ended by the eventual Super Bowl XLIX champion New England Patriots. 2015 season[edit] During a press conference on August 10, 2015, Smith announced the upcoming season would be his last.[19] During the Ravens third preseason game, against the Redskins, Smith was ejected along with cornerback Chris Culliver. Smith's son went to Twitter, saying, "1st time I've ever gotten to watch a game with my dad. Thanks @NFL". The Ravens' Twitter account tweeted that Smith was ejected for a skirmish, and his son responded to it by saying, "Actually got ejected for ballin too hard".[20] Smith was named starting punt returner after Week 1; at 36, he is among the oldest punt returners in league history.[21] In the Ravens' first win against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 4, he was forced to leave the game in third quarter due to a lower back injury he suffered after a hit from linebacker Lawrence Timmons.[22] Two days later, it was announced that Smith broke four of his ribs in the Week 4 game.[23] In a Week 8 game against the San Diego Chargers, Smith tore his achilles tendon, and it was announced he would be out for the rest of the 2015 season.[24] He ended the season having played seven games, racking up 46 catches for 670 yards and three touchdowns.[25] On December 30, 2015, Smith announced that he would be returning to the Ravens for the 2016 season.[26] 2016 season[edit] Smith had another solid year with the Ravens, he caught 70 passes for 799 yards and 5 touchdowns. In Week 4, he had his only 100+ yard game of the season against Oakland, where he had eight receptions for 111 yards and a touchdown. In the game, Smith finally passed Andre Johnson to become the NFL's active leader in receiving yards. Smith also reached the 1,000 reception mark, the 14th player to reach this milestone.[27] On January 2, 2017, Smith officially announced his retirement from the NFL.[28] He retired with 1,031 receptions (then 12th all-time)[27] for 14,731 yards (7th)[29] and 81 touchdowns (tied for 17th with Art Powell).[30] Professional statistics[edit] Regular season statistics Year Team GP GS Receiving Rushing Punt returns Kick returns Fumb Rec Yds Avg YPG Lng TD Att Yds Avg Lng TD Ret Yds Avg Lng TD Ret Yds Avg Lng TD 2001 CAR± 15 1 10 154 15.4 10.3 33 0 4 43 10.8 39 0 34 364 10.7 70 1 56 1,431 25.6 99 2† 0 2002 CAR 15 13 54 872 16.1 58.1 69 3 1 –4 –4.0 –4 0 55† 470 8.5 87 2† 26 571 22.0 51 0 1 2003 CAR 16 11 88 1,100 12.6 69.4 67 7 11 42 3.8 14 0 44 439 10.0 53 1 11 309 28.1 42 0 2 2004 CAR 1 1 6 60 10.0 60.0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2005 CAR± 16 16 103† 1,563† 15.2 97.7 80 12† 4 25 6.3 20 1 27 286 10.6 44 0 3 61 20.3 33 0 1 2006 CAR± 14 14 83 1,166 14.0 83.3 72 8 8 61 7.6 24 1 9 30 3.3 16 0 2 –1 –0.5 3 0 0 2007 CAR 15 15 87 1,002 11.5 66.8 74 7 9 66 7.3 22 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2008 CAR± 14 14 78 1,421 18.2 101.5† 65 6 5 40 8.0 23 0 1 10 10.0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2009 CAR 15 15 65 982 15.1 65.5 66 7 5 22 4.4 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2010 CAR 14 14 46 554 12.0 39.6 39 2 1 9 9.0 9 0 6 46 7.7 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2011 CAR± 16 16 79 1,394 17.6 87.1 77 7 6 56 9.3 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2012 CAR 16 16 73 1,174 16.1 73.4 66 4 3 27 9.0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2013 CAR 15 15 64 745 11.6 49.7 44 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2014 BAL 16 16 79 1,065 13.5 66.6 80 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2015 BAL 7 7 46 670 14.6 95.7 50 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 32 16.0 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2016 BAL 14 14 70 799 11.4 57.1 52 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 219 198 1,031 14,731 14.3 67.3 80 81 57 387 6.8 39 2 180 1,684 9.4 87 4 98 2,371 24.2 99 2 13 ^† League leader ^± Pro Bowler Playoff statistics Year Team GP GS Receiving Rushing Punt returns Kick returns Fumb Rec Yds Avg YPG Lng TD Att Yds Avg Lng TD Ret Yds Avg Lng TD Ret Yds Avg Lng TD 2003–04 CAR 4 4 18‡ 404‡ 22.4 101.0 70 3‡ 1 7 7 7 0 4 15 3.8 7 0 2 41 20.5 30 0 0 2005–06 CAR 3 3 27‡ 335‡ 12.4 111.7‡ 58 3‡ 4 38 9.5 22 1 3 58 19.3‡ 59‡ 1‡ 0 0 0 0 0 1 2008–09 CAR 1 1 2 43 21.5 43.0 35 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2013–14 CAR 1 1 4 74 18.5 74.0 31 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2014–15 BAL 2 2 8 145 18.1 72.5 40 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 11 11 59 1,001 17.0 91.0 70 9 5 45 9.0 22 1 7 73 10.4 59 1 2 41 20.5 30 0 1 ^‡ Playoff leader

Career accomplishments[edit] This section about a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (August 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) In 2001, Smith was the first rookie to make the Pro Bowl as a special teams player since Tyrone Hughes in 1993. In 2003, Smith's 404 postseason yards were the most since Jerry Rice gained 409 yards in 1988. In 2005, Smith became the first player since Washington Redskins' receiver Art Monk in 1984 to lead the NFL in receptions for a team that ran more often than it passed. In 2005, Smith earned the NFL's receiving "triple crown", leading the league in receptions (103), yards (1,563) and touchdowns (12). In 2008, Smith became the only player in history to lead the league in receiving yards per game despite being on an offense that was last in pass attempts. Smith and Hall of Famer Tim Brown are the only players in NFL history who have at least 1000 receptions and have scored touchdowns on runs, catches, punt returns and kick returns. Smith is one of only three players in history to run back two punts for touchdowns and catch a touchdown pass in the same game. Smith holds an NFL record for highest punt return average in a single game (51.0 yards). Smith led the NFL in receiving yards per game in the 2008 NFL season. All time Panthers leader in yards received (12,197), passing Muhsin Muhammad (9,255) in 2011. Caught his 1,000th career reception on November 20, 2016 in a game against the Dallas Cowboys. NFL records[edit] Highest punt return average in a single game: 51.0 (December 8, 2002, vs Cincinnati Bengals)[31] Panthers franchise records[edit] As of 2017[update]'s NFL off-season, Steve Smith held at least 72 Panthers records, including: Receptions, career (836), season (103 in 2005), game (14 on 2005-11-20 @CHI), playoffs (51), playoff season (27 in 2005), playoff game (12 on 2006-01-15 @CHI)[32] Receiving yards, career (12,197), season (1,563 in 2005), game (201 on 2005-10-30 MIN), playoffs (856), playoff season (404 in 2003), game (218 on 2006-01-15 @CHI)[32] Yards per reception, career (14.6)[32] Receiving touchdowns, career (67), game (3, twice; with Muhsin Muhammad x2), playoffs (8), playoff season (3 in 2003 and 2005), playoff game (2 on 2006-01-15 @CHI; with Kelvin Benjamin)[32] Receiving yards per game, career (67.0), season (101.5 in 2008), playoffs (95.1), playoff season (111.7 in 2005) Total touchdowns, career (75), playoffs (10), playoff season (5 in 2005), playoff game (2 on 2006-01-08 @NYG and 2006-01-15 @CHI; with three other players)[32] Yards from scrimmage: career (12,584), playoffs (901), playoff season (411 in 2003), playoff game (244 on 2006-01-15 @CHI)[32] All-Purpose yards: career (16,607), season (1,994 in 2001), game (313 on 2002-12-08 CIN), playoffs (1,015), playoff season (467 in 2003), playoff game (243 on 2006-01-15 @CHI), rookie season (1,994), rookie game (269 on 2001-11-11 @STL)[32] Kickoff return yards, game (252 on 2001-11-11 @STL)[32] Kickoff return touchdowns, season: 2 (2001; with Michael Bates)[32] Punt returns: career (178), season (55 in 2002), game (9 on 2002-09-15 DET), playoff game (3 on 2004-01-03 DAL; with Ted Ginn Jr.)[32] Punt return yards: career (1,652), game (153 on 2002-12-08 CIN), playoffs (73), playoff season (58 in 2005), and playoff game (59 on 2006-01-22 @SEA)[32] Yards per punt return: game (51.0 on 2002-12-08 CIN), playoffs (10.43), playoff game (4.33 on 2004-01-03 DAL)[32] Punt return touchdowns: career (4), season and game (2 on 2002-12-08 CIN), and only Panther with a postseason punt return TD (2006-01-22 @SEA)[32] Total return yards: career (4,023), season (1,795 in 2001), game (206 on 2001-10-14 NOR)[32] Games with 100+ receiving yards: career (46), season (10 in 2005), playoffs (3)[32] Games with 1+ TD scored: career (71), season (12 in 2005), playoffs (8)[32] Games with 2+ TD scored: career (11; with DeAngelo Williams), season (5 in 2005; with Muhsin Muhammad and DeAngelo Williams), playoffs (2)[32] Games with 3+ TD scored: career (3; with DeAngelo Williams)[32] Seasons with 1,000+ receiving yards: 7 [32]

Personal life[edit] In May 2008, Smith announced that he purchased a near-50% interest in the existing Velocity Sports Performance franchise in Charlotte and an equal ownership percentage in any future Charlotte area Velocity centers.[33] In 2014, he applied to the NFL for a jersey nameplate change from 'Smith' to 'Smith Sr.' upon the announcement of his son's impending birth. Smith is a Christian.[34] In 2007, Smith went on an evangelism trip to Togo and Nigeria to talk to soccer players about Jesus.[35] Before every away game, Smith Sr. and his family donated shoes to the homeless in need. He would also wash their feet beforehand. His goal is to hand out half a million pairs of shoes. To provide this service Smith works with Samaritan's Feet. He says, "This is an opportunity for me to give back, to kind of, really for me, open up the next chapter of my life." After retiring from football, Smith plans to take the initiative global.[36] Smith and his wife, Angie, have four children: Peyton, Baylee, Boston, and Steve Jr.; Smith changed the name on the back of his jersey to Smith Sr. when Steve Jr., nicknamed "Deuce", was born.[37] Smith is a noted philanthropist. On June 14, 2007, it was reported by The Charlotte Observer that he secretly paid the full college tuition of Twitter personality and author Elexus Jionde. He said of paying for her $40,000 a year education at Ohio State: "It's not about taking and how much can you get for yourself. It's about your life and (taking advantage of) all the resources and applying them and then paying it forward to someone else."[38]

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See templates for discussion to help reach a consensus. › v t e 2005 AP NFL All-Pro Team Offense: QB Peyton Manning RB Shaun Alexander RB Tiki Barber FB Mack Strong WR Chad Johnson WR Steve Smith TE Antonio Gates OT Willie Anderson OT Walter Jones G Alan Faneca G Steve Hutchinson C Jeff Saturday Defense: DE Dwight Freeney DE Osi Umenyiora DT Richard Seymour DT Jamal Williams OLB Lance Briggs OLB Derrick Brooks ILB Brian Urlacher ILB Al Wilson CB Champ Bailey CB Ronde Barber S Troy Polamalu S Bob Sanders Special teams P Brian Moorman PK Neil Rackers KR Jerome Mathis v t e NFL annual receiving yards leaders 1932: Flaherty 1933: Moss 1934: Ebding 1935: Malone 1936: Hutson 1937: Tinsley 1938: Hutson 1939: Hutson 1940: Looney 1941: Hutson 1942: Hutson 1943: Hutson 1944: Hutson 1945: Benton 1946: Benton 1947: Kutner 1948: Kutner 1949: Mann 1950: Fears 1951: Hirsch 1952: Howton 1953: Pihos 1954: Boyd 1955: Pihos 1956: Howton 1957: Berry 1958: Shofner 1959: Berry 1960: Berry 1961: McDonald 1962: Mitchell 1963: Mitchell 1964: Morris 1965: Parks 1966: Studstill 1967: Hawkins 1968: R. 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Johnson 2013: Gordon 2014: Brown 2015: Jones 2016: Hilton 2017: Brown v t e NFL annual receiving touchdowns leaders 1932: Flaherty 1933: Burnett, Caddel, Johnsos, Karr, Kelly, McNally & Richards 1934: Hewitt 1935: Hutson & Karr 1936: Hutson 1937: Hutson 1938: Hutson 1939: Benton 1940: Hutson 1941: Hutson 1942: Hutson 1943: Hutson 1944: Hutson 1945: Liebel 1946: Dewell 1947: Kavanaugh 1948: Kutner 1949: Fears, Kavanaugh & Taylor 1950: Shaw 1951: Hirsch 1952: Box 1953: Pihos & Wilson 1954: Hill 1955: Hill 1956: Howton 1957: Mutschelller 1958: Berry & McDonald 1959: Berry 1960: Randle 1961: McDonald 1962: Clarke 1963: Barr & Collins 1964: Mitchell, Morris & Pope 1965: Hayes & Parks 1966: Hayes 1967: H. Jones 1968: Warfield 1969: Rentzel 1970: Gordon 1971: Warfield 1972: Washington 1973: H. 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