Jarvis Landry smashed an NFL record Sunday with 11 games to spare, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame will forever hold a piece of the memorable moment.
Landry caught the 427th pass of his career in the third quarter of Sunday's overtime win over the Ravens, giving him the most receptions ever for a player in his first five seasons. Since the start of the season, Landry passed a handful of current and future Hall of Famers as he moved up the ranks before clearing Larry Fitzgerald (426) on Sunday.
The Browns on Monday sent Landry's jersey from the game to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Landry finished with five catches for 69 yards in Cleveland's second victory of the season. He leads the Browns in receptions (29) and receiving yards (381). He'll enter the Browns' showdown with the Chargers at 429 receptions for his career.
Landry has caught at least two passes in 68 consecutive games, a streak that is second only to Antonio Brown (105). His 29 receptions are tied for the third-most by a Brown through the first five weeks and his 381 receiving yards are the seventh-most.