Receptions: 101 (Anquan Boldin, 2003)
Yards: 1,473 (Bill Groman, 1960)
Touchdowns: 17 (Randy Moss, 1998)
Rookie receiving records seem like they are more ‘within reach’ (pun fully intended) compared to some of the other records on this list.
Anquan Boldin’s 101 receptions are a great number and have stood for over 15 years for a reason, but that number could very well be broken in the pass-happy NFL.
It’s shocking that Bill Groman’s 1,473 receiving yards stand as a record for nearly 70 years considering some of the great receivers that have come through the league.
Randy Moss’ 17 touchdowns as a rookie honestly feel like the most unattainable of all the receiving records here.
The Broncos have two players who can compete for these records, though it feels like if we had to guess at this point, DaeSean Hamilton would be more likely to contend for the receptions record while Courtland Sutton would be a favorite for the receiving yards and touchdowns.