The ‘1,000 receiving yards for multiple teams’ quiz

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Odell Beckham Jr. remains unsigned. The veteran wideout made a splash for the Rams last season, including catching a touchdown in the team’s Super Bowl win before going down with a knee injury, but it is unclear if he’ll return to L.A. for the 2022 season. Cooper Kupp wants him back in blue and yellow, while one Rams executive is “optimistic” that Beckham re-signs with the Rams. Owner Stan Kroenke has already written a number of large checks this offseason, both for returning players and for free agents. It’s abundantly clear that the Rams are running it back, so don’t be surprised if Beckham signs on the dotted line and stays in Hollywood for at least one more season.  

Which brings us to today’s quiz of the day. In NFL history, 46 players have topped 1,000 or more receiving yards for two or more teams over the course of their careers, including Beckham, who did so with the Giants and the Browns. So with that in mind, how many of the 46 can you name in six minutes?

Good luck!



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