Miami Dolphins at 50: Top 10 WRs

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No. 4 – OJ McDuffie

McDuffie was the consummate professional. Whatever the coaches wanted, he did. He quickly became Dan Marino’s most trusted WR during the twilight of the Hall of Fame QB’s career.

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  • McDuffie set the franchise’s single season record for most receptions with 90, a remarkable feat considering he wasn’t a deep threat or a master of turning a short play into a long one.

    Those 90 receptions led the NFL in catches and remains the only time a Dolphins receiver has done so.

    Career-wise, McDuffie ranks fifth in Dolphins franchise history with 5,074 yards, fourth with 415 receptions, and sixth with 29 touchdowns.

    For the first few seasons of his career, McDuffie was also a kick and punt returner. This means his all-purpose yards are extraordinary, racking up 8,356 yards – one of the best in the Dolphins’ history.

    McDuffie was one of the most reliable wide receivers to ever don the Dolphins’ jersey and was a favorite target of Dan Marino and helped to ease the transition after #13 retired in 1999 by sticking around for one more season and giving Jay Fiedler a reliable pass catcher despite a limited role.