As expected, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has passed 6,000 yards receiving for his career in Sundays game against the Oakland Raiders.
The former sixth-round draft pick out of Central Michigan is just the fifth player in team history to eclipse the 6,000 yards receiving mark and he did it in the 79th game that he has played in. Only 176 players have managed to register more than 6,000 receiving yards for their careers.
Brown also surpassed former wide receiver Louis Lipps (6,018) on Sunday for the fourth-most receiving yards in franchise history.
Brown has also moved into 7th place for most yards from scrimmage in team history.