24. Charlie Joiner
Perhaps the most impressive thing about Joiner’s career is that he started his career as a defensive back. After taking a hit from running back legend Floyd Little and being taken off the field on a cart, Joiner switched to wide receiver and never looked back. He was also little more than an average receiver throughout the early years of his career.
However, when Joiner was traded to the Chargers in 1976, his career took off. He spent over a decade with the Chargers, amassing over 1,000 yards receiving four times. When he finally retired after 18 seasons, Joiner was the all-time leader among wide receivers in games played, receptions, and receiving yards, all of which earned him induction into the Hall of Fame in 1996.
Receiving Yards: 24th
Receiving Touchdowns: 58th
Pro Bowl Selections: 3