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Terrelle Pryor's 93 Yard Touchdown Run is Longest by a Quarterback in NFL History

Terelle Pryor touchdown run against the Steelers

Terrelle Pryor took one play against the Pittsburgh Steelers to make this post from last year about Robert Griffin III obsolete. Pryor shattered the record for longest run by a quarterback since 1940, which was held by Pittsburgh’s Kordell Stewart (80 yards).

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