Ravens' Jackson Passes Former All-Pro On QB Rushing List

Lamar Jackson of the Ravens moves up the all-time quarterback career rushing list, surpassing Randall Cunningham.

Lamar Jackson of the Ravens leapfrogs legendary Eagle Randall Cunningham to take fourth place in quarterback rushing yards.

Once again, Lamar Jackson's lightning-fast feet have propelled him into history.

With an 8-yard carry in the first quarter of the Ravens' victory over the Bengals on Thursday

the quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens passed Randall Cunningham to move up to fourth place all-time in quarterback rushing yards.

Despite an ankle injury, Jackson managed to rush for 54 yards on nine carries, bringing his career total to 4,972 yards.

The 26-year-old quarterback is getting closer to being just the fourth quarterback in history to reach 5,000 yards of rushing.

Only 11 rushing yards were needed by Jackson going into Week 11 to pass Cunningham (4,928) for the No. 4 spot.

He is currently behind Russell Wilson (5,197), Cam Newton (5,628), and all-time leader Michael Vick (6,109 yards).

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