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Receiving - 2010
Name Team No. Yards Avg Long TD
FANTUZ, A SSK 87 1,380 15.9 66 6
EDWARDS, T WPG 78 1,372 17.6 90 12
BRUCE, A HAM 86 1,303 15.2 58 8
RICHARDSON, J MTL 97 1,271 13.1 61 7
LEWIS, N CGY 90 1,262 14.0 74 9
STAMPS, F EDM 80 1,223 15.3 51 5
SIMON, G BC 78 1,190 15.3 98 6
DRESSLER, W SSK 81 1,189 14.7 77 6
RAMBO, K CGY 72 1,172 16.3 100 8
BRYANT, R CGY 78 1,170 15.0 68 15
ARCENEAUX, E BC 67 1,114 16.6 74 5
STALA, D HAM 85 1,015 11.9 41 6
MCDANIEL, M HAM 76 994 13.1 37 7
WATKINS, K MTL 56 970 17.3 54 8
GETZLAF, C SSK 55 946 17.2 85 5
GREEN, S MTL 58 875 15.1 67 10
MANN, M HAM 56 787 14.1 51 5
JACKSON, P BC 61 758 12.4 53 1
CAHOON, B MTL 67 703 10.5 29 2
BOWMAN, A WPG 50 691 13.8 63 3
BAGG, R SSK 44 688 15.6 87 3
COPELAND, J TOR 48 639 13.3 50 3
DURIE, A TOR 54 632 11.7 57 1
BARNES, J EDM 35 608 17.4 70 3
OWENS, C TOR 46 576 12.5 63 3
CARR, G WPG 31 568 18.3 74 4
COBOURNE, A MTL 64 556 8.7 47 1
JEFFERS-HARRIS, T WPG 48 547 11.4 60 4
BRATTON, B MTL 48 530 11.0 48 5
FRANKLIN, A CGY 42 523 12.5 39 2
RIDEAU, B TOR 24 443 18.5 55 1
ROBERTSON, J BC 54 387 7.2 26 1
RODRIGUEZ, P SSK 30 376 12.5 43 2
BLACK, S BC 22 370 16.8 65 5
BOYD, C TOR 38 363 9.6 66 2
CATES, W SSK 42 355 8.5 33 1
COBB, D HAM 38 334 8.8 31 2
HAWKINS, A MTL 28 326 11.6 45 2
ROBINSON, J TOR 22 310 14.1 50 2
CLERMONT, J SSK 27 300 11.1 35 0
KOCH, C SSK 21 299 14.2 42 3
BAUMAN, C HAM 17 298 17.5 43 3
REYNOLDS, J CGY 37 286 7.7 23 0
MCCARTY, C EDM 36 278 7.7 22 2
WATSON, C WPG 17 277 16.3 55 1
MURPHY, D CGY 25 271 10.8 48 4
NOWACKI, A EDM 21 259 12.3 49 0
REID, F WPG 35 255 7.3 18 0
THIGPEN, M HAM 20 234 11.7 41 1
CORNISH, J CGY 14 226 16.1 37 1

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