What does All-Purpose Yardage Mean?
The combined total of receiving, rushing, punt/kickoff return, interception, and fumble return yards for a particular player. Passing yards are not included in all-purpose yardage calculations.
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Derrick Mason holds the current record for all-purpose yardage in NFL history. In the year 2000 he gained 2,690 yards. Jerry Rice holds the NFL career record for all-purpose yardage.
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