Buccaneers WR Mike Evans Youngest to Hit 7,000 Yards

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In Sunday’s victory over the Arizona Cardinals, Buccaneers WR Mike Evans became the youngest player in NFL history to reach 7,000 yards. He surpassed Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald in the process as Evans did this at 26 years and 81 days while Larry Fitzgerald hit 7,000 yards at 26 years and 111 days. More notable names that Evans passed are Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins and Hall of Fame WR Randy Moss. Evans is having a career year with 924 receiving yards and seven touchdowns through nine games. This Sunday, Mike Evans can also tie an NFL record of six straight 1,000 yard seasons to begin his career with Hall of Fame WR Randy Moss. In other words, Mike Evans is a future Hall of Famer himself.

M1K3Featured Image Credit: Cliff Welch- Pewter Report

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