25. Tim Brown
A name that often gets forgotten in the conversation of greatest wide receivers of all time is Tim Brown. While it took Brown a few years to find his way in the NFL, he built a great career for himself once he did.
Brown made the Pro Bowl as a special teams specialist for the Raiders in 1991. While he had 36 catches that season, he was still a few seasons away from becoming the go-to target he would ultimately become. His breakout year came in 1993. That season, Brown caught 80 passes for 1,180 yards and seven touchdowns, earning his first Pro Bowl appearance as a receiver, and second overall.
From 1993-97, Brown made five consecutive Pro Bowls, having at least 80 receptions in each season. In 1997, he led the NFL with 104 catches. His longevity and durability were put on display as the years went on. He made his seventh Pro Bowl in his 12th season with the Raiders. Two seasons later, he earned his final Pro Bowl bid in year 14.
While Brown was never selected as an All-Pro, the amount of time in which he put up good numbers is astonishing. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2015.