NFL 2017: Antonio Brown On The Move
Antonio Brown On The Move

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown ranked second in the NFL with 106 catches, marking his fourth consecutive season with at least 100 receptions, tying Pro Football Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison (1999-2002) for the most consecutive 100-catch seasons in NFL history.

"[Antonio Brown is] one of the best in the business, and the plays that he makes and has made over his career are so special. We wouldn't be in the places we are without him." -Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger


Most Consecutive NFL Seasons with 100+ Catches

Player Seasons Team Streak
*Active streak (Source: NFL)
Antonio Brown*2013-2016Pittsburgh4
Marvin Harrison1999-2002Indianapolis4
Brandon Marshall2007-2009Denver3
Wes Welker2007-2009New England3
Herman Moore1995-1997Detroit3
Jerry Rice1994-199649ers3


Brown, a five-time Pro Bowl selection, finished the 2016 season with 106 receptions for 1,284 yards and 12 touchdowns and became the sixth player in NFL history to record at least 90 receptions, 1,100 receiving yards and 10 touchdown catches in three consecutive seasons.

Since 2013, Brown has totaled 481 catches, the most receptions by a player over any four-year span in NFL history, surpassing Harrison (469 catches from 1999-2002).


Most Receptions Over Any 4-Year Span in NFL History

Player Seasons Team Reception
*Active streak (Source: NFL)
Antonio Brown2013-2016Steelers481
Marvin Harrison1999-2002Colts469
Wes Welker2009-2012Patriots449


NFL 2017: Antonio Brown On The Move

Entering 2017, Brown needs 83 catches to pass Harrison (563 from 1999-2003) for the most receptions over any five-year span in NFL history.

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