Hayden Hurst reached Ravens' top speed during his touchdown catch and run vs. Bills


If you had Hayden Hurst registering the fastest speed of any Ravens player on a touchdown entering the season, come collect your prize.

The second-year tight end reached 20.5 miles-per-hour on his 61-yard touchdown against the Bills, the fastest any Baltimore player has been tracked this season.

The feat is especially impressive when you consider the speedster's Baltimore has on its roster. Quarterback Lamar Jackson ran a 4.3 40-yard dash at the scouting combine and is just 22 rushing yards away from breaking Michael Vick's single-season rushing yards record by a quarterback.

Jackson's top speed this season came on a 12-yard rushing touchdown in Week 12 against the Rams, hitting 20.33 mph, according to NFL's Next Gen Stats.

First-round pick Marquise "Hollywood" Brown has topped 20 mph three times this season, but never above 20.43 mph.

The 26-year-old tight end ran just a 4.67 40-yard dash at the combine, fast for a tight end but not overly impressive. But Hurst saw open grass in front of him and turned on the jets as fast as he could.