Taylor Surpasses 10-Thousand Career Rushing Yards

Jaguars running back Fred Taylor became the 21st player in NFL history to reach 10-thousand career rushing yards on Sunday.  Taylor surpassed the mark on the Jags’ first possession against the Titans in Tennessee.  The 31-year-old Taylor needed only 13 yards to go over the mark entering the contest, and his 15-yard rush midway through the first quarter pushed him past the milestone.  Taylor finished with 45 yards and a touchdown on the ground as the Jags beat the Titans, 28-13.

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