• The wide receiver position used to be synonymous with jersey numbers in the 80s, but over the last decade and a half, membership in the wide receiver 80s club has been dwindling.
  • The implementation of new jersey number rules in the NFL has led to a decline in wide receivers wearing numbers in the 80s, with many now opting for single-digit or teen numbers, resulting in 11 teams that don't have a single WR with an 80s number on their roster.
  • There are still a few courageous wideouts who continue to carry on the 80s club tradition such as Carolina's Terrace Marshall, Cincinnati's Tyler Boyd, Dallas' Ceedee Lamb, and more.