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.
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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.
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