After 13 seasons in the NFL, Patriots running back Fred Taylor has called it quits. The former…
Fred Taylor retires as a Jaguar
Taylor ranks 15th in NFL history for most rushing yards with career totals of 2,534 carries for 11,695 yards and 66 rushing touchdowns in 153 games. He's fifth in NFL history with 334 rushes of 10-plus yards. He started 137 of 153 games in his career.
Taylor is the Jaguars career (11,271), single-season (1,572, 2003) and single-game (234, 11/19/00 at Pittsburgh) rushing leader. In addition, Taylor ranks third in franchise history with 286 receptions for 2,361 yards.
He holds the franchise record for 100-yard rushing games (48), total touchdowns (70), yards from scrimmage (13,632) and all-purpose yards. He has played in seven of the club's 11 playoff games. He played against all 32 NFL teams and recorded a 100-yard rushing game against 24 different NFL teams.
As a rookie in 1998, Taylor set a franchise record by a rookie with 1,223 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns. He posted a career-high 1,572 yards on the ground in 2003. He led a Jaguars a rushing attack that rushed for two of the three highest totals in team history as they finished with 2,391 yards in 2007 and a franchise-record 2,541 in 2006.
In 2007, Taylor earned the only Pro Bowl trip of his career as he ranked fifth in the AFC with 1,202 rushing yards and was the only player in the NFL to record five consecutive 100-yard rushing games. He scored his 70th career touchdown at Houston on Dec. 1, 2008 to set a franchise record, surpassing Jimmy Smith. For more coverage of the NFL, go to profootball.scout.com.
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