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Who was the tallest NFL wide receiver ever?

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Tallest Wide ReceiverCHAD JOHNSON OR TERREL OWENS

Terrel Owens is listed at 6'3. Chad Johnson is listed at 6'4. I believe Plaxico Burress and Joe Jurevicious are both listed at 6'5. I don't know any others taller than that.

Harold Carmichael, who played with the Philadelphia Eagles 1971-1983 and the Dallas Cowboys in 1984, was 6'8".

Also Wes Lyons for the Pittsburgh Steelers is 6'8".

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6’3”

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