Julio Jones has another milestone to add to his already impressive resume.
The Falcons wide receiver surpassed 10,000 rushing yards Sunday in the team’s Week 10 matchup against the Browns with a 30-yard, second-quarter reception.
The catch that put Julio over 10,000 yards. The fastest ever to do it. pic.twitter.com/aiN1BWJOr5
— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) November 11, 2018
But what’s more notable than that is the fact he reached that feat in his 104th game, which is faster than any other player in NFL history.
Calvin Johnson held the previous record as he reached the 10,000 mark in his 115th game, meaning Jones needed 11 fewer games than Johnson.
The 29-year-old receiver had the second-most receiving yards in the league with 933 yards on 60 catches entering Sunday’s game. Additionally, Jones is the second-leading receiver in Falcons history behind Roddy White, who accumulated 10,863 yards in 171 career games.