Saints' WR Michael Thomas sets another NFL for catches -- despite playing in just 4 games (1 Viewer)

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BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer

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Week 11 marked just the fourth game of New Orleans Saints receiver Michael Thomas’ fifth NFL season, but that was enough for him to set a new standard for NFL wide receivers in their first five seasons.

Thomas’ red-zone catch that was stopped for no-gain in the 1st quarter against the Falcons was the 482nd of his career, which established a new NFL record for a player in his first five NFL seasons. Thomas broke the record previously held by former LSU star Jarvis Landry, who at the end of the 2018 season had caught 55 more passes than anyone in his first five seasons.

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