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Jerry Rice is the career all purpose yardage leader with 23,546 yards. Click on the 'All Purpose Yardage Leaders' link on this page to find out who the top 25 career all purpose yardage leaders are.

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Q: Who leads the NFL in career all-purpose yardage?
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