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The Jacksonville Jaguars sent Leonard Fournette's game-worn jersey from last weeks game against the Pittsburg Steelers to the Pro-Football Hall this week.

The jersey is headed to Canton, OH as Fournette is now the youngest NFL player (age 22) to have a 90-yard touchdown run.

Fournette rushed had 28 carries for 181 yards and two touchdowns last week vs. Steelers. He joins Maurice Jones-Drew and Fred Taylor as the only running backs in Jaguars history to score a touchdown in five consecutive games.


Here are his two touchdowns from the Steelers game:

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Hall of Fame worthy? I guess so, but, don't forget about the Guinness Book of World Records, too! And Ripley's Believe it or Not!
Reply2 months
Boy there's a lot of antacid going around after all the crow being eatan by the critics. You remember the critics that said Leonard Fournette wouldn't be able to run through and run away from NFL defenders. The same critics that said Fournette was the third best back in the draft. Reall, really? Well Buga is proven all the dummies wrong, the NFL is for the big, the strong and the fast and Fournette just happen to be all three. I'm just very happy he went to Jacksonville instead of Carolina so I can sit back and enjoy and cheer his career while he dominates the NFL like he did Park, HS and college. Good luck to RB Leonard Fournette he is deserving of all the great things that will come his way.
Reply2 months
Proud of Buga, disappointing we couldn’t get him the heisman and natty he deserved. Once in a generation player for LSU.
Reply2 months
Damn, Buga. Go on, son!!!
Reply2 months
He said the pro game was slower
Reply2 months
He said there wasn't as big of a difference in speed than he expected.
2 months
So, who the oldest NFL player to have a 90-yard touchdown run? And which is more impressive?
Reply2 months
I remember Dorset at the end of his career getting I think a 99 yard run for a TD. Not sure his age but has to be one of the older backs to do that as he had a pretty long career with Dallas.
2 months
Jdixon Dorsett was drafted in '77 he made that great TD run in '83 against the Vikings so he would've been in his prime. Quick lil note on that TD run the FB wasn't in the game so the Cowboys only had 10 players on the field. That was a great TD run.
2 months
Just 1 of many to come...
Reply2 months
really? hall of fame? i get it, it was a nice run on one play but other then that, in my opinion anyway, the hall of fame should be about careers and not just one fluke play. i like the guy but this just seems like a participation trophy thing in my book if what you did to get in there isnt based on your entire season or career
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BDJ
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The hall of fame is about stats and accomplishments as much as it is about players. Its the longest run by the youngest player in NFL history. When someone beats his, that players jersey will take his place. Quit being an old far please.
2 months
Shut the frick up dude
2 months
Fluke play? I always thought you were really dumb. Thx for confirming it.
2 months
They should send a pic of the mushroom imprint Fournette left on 21's face
Reply2 months
I am now convinced that Larry writes these articles and then drops random words in them after he’s done just to troll us
Reply2 months
Have you witnessed seen this happen a lot frequently?
2 months
My Puerto Rican wife got fat.
2 months
Or at least within the confines
2 months
I'd send the glove that put Bud Dupree on his back as well.
Reply2 months
Beast
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