Reed was the face of the Buffalo Bills during the 1990’s. For 15 seasons, he was the offensive catalyst that kept their offense going. When he retired in 2000, his 951 career receptions were good enough to rank second on the all-time list. However, the NFL has clearly become a pass-happy league, and many receivers have since catapulted past him in the rankings. Regardless, Reed was one of the most prolific receivers of his era. He amassed 13,198 receiving yards and 87 touchdowns during his career. He was consistently recognized for his efforts, making seven Pro Bowl appearances. In 2014, he received the ultimate recognition, when he was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
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