Larry Fitzgerald passed Terrell Owens for the second-most receiving yards in NFL history.
Larry Fitzgerald reached another career milestone on Sunday, passing Hall of Fame receiver Terrell Owens to move into second place all-time in NFL receiving yards.
Fitzgerald entered Sunday's game needing just 33 yards to pass Owens. Despite not having a catch in the first half of the Cardinals' 26–14 loss to the Chiefs, Fitzgerald notched four receptions for 37 yards in the fourth quarter alone, including a 15-yard reception that put the 15-year veteran over the mark.
Fitzgerald now has 15,939 career receiving yards, putting him behind only Jerry Rice (22,895) on the list. Owens (15,934), Randy Moss (15,292) and Isaac Bruce (15,208) are third, fourth and fifth, respectively.
Fitzgerald is 52 catches behind Tony Gonzalez for second all-time in career receptions and sits seventh all-time in touchdown catches with 112.
The Cardinals (2–7) play the Raiders (1–7) next week.