DeSean Jackson has done it.
The Buccaneers wide receiver broke Jerry’s Rice’s record for the most touchdown catches of 60 or more yards during Sunday’s game against the Bengals.
Jackson now has 24 career touchdowns of 60 or more yards, which is the most in NFL history.
Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston hit Jackson in the second quarter before the veteran went untouched for the score to make the game 21-6. He reached another career milestone in last week’s win over the Browns when he became the 47th player to reach 10,000 receiving yards.
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Jackson, 31, entered Sunday’s game with 23 catches for 526 yards and three touchdowns this season.
He reportedly requested a trade from the Buccaneers with “hopes to find a team that can better make use of his talents.” However, the team has resisted ahead of the Oct. 30 trade deadline.