2014 (with SF): Started all 16 games for the second time in his career and the first time since 2012…Totaled 68 receptions for 698 yards (10.3 avg.) with four TDs…Added one rushing attempt for four yards…(9/14) vs. Chi.: Scored his first TD of the season, totaling seven receptions for 82 yards…(9/21) at Ari.: Notched a career-high 10 receptions for 80 yards...Reached the end zone for the second straight game, finishing with one TD…Rushed one time for four yards, marking his third career rushing attempt…(10/13) at StL.: Helped the 49ers to a 31-17 victory with his three receptions for 49 yards and one TD…(11/16) at NYG: Amassed a season-high 85 yards on three receptions with one TD, his fourth of the season...(12/7) at Oak.: Targeted a season-high 14 times, finishing with nine receptions for 56 yards in the loss to the crosstown-rival Raiders.
2013 (with SF): Spent the majority of the season on the reserve/physically unable to perform list after suffering an Achilles injury in August…Activated on Nov. 26…Started team’s final five games, totaling 19 receptions for 284 yards (14.9 avg.) with one TD…Appeared in all three of the 49ers’ playoff games, starting two…Totaled 15 receptions for 203 yards (13.5 avg.) in the postseason…(12/1) vs. StL.: Made season debut, catching two passes for 68 yards…Tied career long with 60-yard catch in the third quarter…(12/8) vs. Sea.: Tallied four catches for 40 yards…(12/15) at TB: Scored his only TD of the season…Finished with five receptions for 45 yards…(12/23) vs. Atl.: Registered his first 100-yard game of the season and the eighth of his career…Notched five receptions for 102 yards…Postseason: (1/5/14) at GB: Started and set a postseason single-game high with 125 yards, marking his third career 100-yard game in the postseason…(1/12/14) at Car.: Started and caught three passes for 26 yards in the victory…(1/19/14) at Sea.: Tallied four receptions for 52 yards in the NFC Championship Game against the eventual Super Bowl champion Seahawks.
2012 (with SF): Started all 16 games and finished the season with career highs in receptions (85), receiving yards (1,105) and TDs (nine)…Became the ninth player in 49ers history, and the first since Terrell Owens (1,102 yards) in 2003, to register a 1,000-yard season…Tallied 30 third-down receptions, tied for fourth-most in the NFL…Tied with Bears WR Brandon Marshall for the league lead with five third-down receiving TDs…Led team in receptions in four of the first five games of the season…In the postseason, started three games and added 20 receptions, 285 yards and three TDs…Named to the USA Today All-Joe Team, recognizing the NFL’s best players never selected to a Pro Bowl…(9/9) at GB: Opened the season with seven receptions for 76 yards…(9/16) vs. Det.: Notched six catches for 67 yards…In the fourth quarter, tallied three third-down catches, all resulting in first downs…(9/23) at Min.: Caught six passes for 40 yards…(10/7) vs. Buf.: Registered a team-high six receptions for 113 yards with a TD against the Bills…(10/29) at Ari.: In his 50th NFL game, notched his second two-TD performance of his career…Led the team with five receptions for 72 yards with two TDs, connecting with QB Alex Smith on a 3-yard pass in the first quarter and a 9-yard catch-and-run in the second period…(11/19) vs. Chi.: Marked his third consecutive game with a TD reception, the longest streak of his career…Notched three catches for 31 yards with the one TD…(12/2) at StL.: Eclipsed the 100-yard mark for the second time in the season, catching seven passes for 101 yards…(12/9) vs. Mia.: Tied a then-single-game high with nine receptions for 93 yards…(12/16) at NE: Caught multiple TDs for the third time in his career and the second time in 2012, notching 107 yards on seven receptions with two TDs…(12/30) vs. Ari.: Set a career high with 172 receiving yards on eight receptions, adding two TDs…Marked his third multi-TD game of the season…The 172 receiving yards were the most by a 49ers receiver since Terrell Owens had 191 yards on 12 catches, Nov. 3, 2002 at Oak. …Postseason: (1/12/13) vs. GB: Started and tallied a team-high nine receptions and 119 yards with two TDs in the victory…Marked his first career multi-TD performance and first 100-yard game in the postseason…Along with QB Colin Kaepernick (181 rushing yards) and RB Frank Gore (119 rushing yards), the 49ers became the first team to have two 100-yard rushers and a 100-yard receiver in a playoff game in NFL history…(1/20/13) at Atl.: Recorded six receptions for 57 yards in the NFC Championship Game…Super Bowl XLVII (2/3/13) vs. Bal.: Started in the Super Bowl loss, tallying five receptions for 109 yards and one TD, marking his second 100-yard game of the postseason…Recorded a 31-yard TD reception, improving on his postseason-career high.
2011 (with SF): Appeared in 15 games, starting 14, and led the team in receptions (72) and receiving yards (874) with four TDs…(9/18) vs. Dal.: Inactive with a foot injury…(10/16) at Det.: Hauled in a game-high nine receptions for 77 yards, tying his then-career high…(11/14) vs. NYG: Converted on a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter, his first and the 49ers’ first since Sept. 20, 2010…(11/20) vs. Ari.: Marked his third career 100-yard performance with seven receptions for 120 yards…(12/4) vs. StL.: Caught a season-long 52-yard TD pass in the third quarter, marking his second scoring catch of the season…(12/24) at Sea.: Led the team with five catches for 85 yards, including a 41-yard reception that set up the game-winning FG from 39-yards out with 3:01 remaining in the game…(1/1/12) at StL.: Caught eight passes for 86 yards and two TDs in the season finale, marking his first career multi-TD outing…Postseason: (1/14/12) vs. NO: Started in his NFL postseason debut, catching four passes for 25 yards with one TD…(1/22/12) vs. NYG: Started and caught one pass for three yards in the NFC Championship Game loss to the Giants.
2010 (with SF): Played in all 16 games with 15 starts…Totaled 55 receptions for 741 yards (13.5 avg.) and six TDs, including a long of 60 yards…(10/10) vs. Phi.: Registered nine receptions for 105 yards and one TD, marking his first 100-yard performance…His nine receptions also set a new career high…Became the first 49ers wide receiver to record a 100-yard game since WR Isaac Bruce did so on Nov. 24, 2008…Along with TE Vernon Davis, the duo became the first set of 49ers teammates to eclipse the 100-yard plateau in the same game since Jan. 3, 2000, when WR Jerry Rice (143 yards) and WR J.J. Stokes (130 yards) each reached the mark…(10/17) vs. Oak.: Tallied his second TD of the season against the Raiders, recording four receptions for 57 yards with one TD…(10/31) vs. Den.: Finished with three receptions for 53 yards with a 28-yard TD…(11/14) vs. StL.: Registered his fourth TD of the season on a 16-yard pass from QB Troy Smith to give the 49ers a 20-17 lead in the fourth quarter…(12/26) at StL.: Set a then-career high with 122 yards on six catches with one TD, a career-long 60-yard TD reception from Smith.
2009 (with SF): Started 11 games in his rookie campaign after signing his rookie contract on Oct. 7…Hauled in at least three passes in all 11 games played as a rookie and totaled at least 50 receiving yards in eight contests…Finished the regular season ranked first among all NFL rookies with 56.8 receiving yards per game…Ranks tied for fourth among all rookies in franchise history with 48 receptions and fourth among 49ers rookies with 625 receiving yards…Ranked second on the team in receiving yards and fourth in receptions…(10/25) at Hou.: Made his NFL debut, starting at wide receiver and catching five passes for 56 yards…(11/22) at GB: Recorded his first career TD on a 38-yard strike from QB Alex Smith…(12/14) vs. Ari.: Notched another TD on a 35-yard pass from Smith…Finished the game with five catches for 67 yards.
COLLEGE: Played two seasons (2007-08) at Texas Tech, finishing his career as college football’s most productive receiver over those two years…Twice honored with the Fred Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation’s top wide receiver, becoming the first first-year player to receive the award in 2007…Also won the Paul Warfield Award in 2007 and 2008…A two-time consensus All-American and Big-12 selection…Finished his collegiate career with 26 games played, 231 receptions for 3,127 yards (13.5 avg.) and 41 TDs…Broke Wes Welker’s school record of 3,069 career receiving yards…Became seventh player in conference history to gain over 3,000 receiving yards…Ranks fifth in NCAA history with 120.3 receiving yards per game and sixth all-time with 41 TDs…His 41 scores shattered the previous school record of 30 TDs…Career totals set NCAA records for catches and TDs in a two-year span…Put together a string of 13 straight games with at least one TD and five receptions…In 2008, registered 1,165 yards on 97 receptions for 22 TDs, earning him a fifth-place finish in the 2008 Heisman Trophy voting…His 97 catches ranked seventh in the NCAA and second in the Big 12…As a freshman in 2007, set NCAA freshman single-season records with 134 receptions for 1,962 yards and 22 TDs…Led the NCAA in receiving yards and TDs, and his yardage total was the third best in NCAA history…Redshirted as a true freshman in 2006 as he transitioned from quarterback to wide receiver…Majored in general studies.
PERSONAL: Attended David W. Carter High School in Dallas, Texas…Was a four-star recruit as a quarterback, finishing his senior season with 870 passing yards and 11 TDs on 45-of-100 passing…Also rushed for 646 yards and nine TDs on 100 carries…Also played basketball and ran track in high school…As a starter on the basketball team, was one of the top 51 recruits in the state of Texas going into college.