Jaguars’ Jamal Agnew becomes third player in NFL history with 109-yard return for TD

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Jacksonville Jaguars returner Jamal Agnew became just the third player in NFL history with a return touchdown of 109 yards when he returned a missed field goal the length of the field for a score on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.

Agnew joins Antonio Cromartie (missed field goal) and Cordarrelle Patterson (kick return) as the three players with a 109-yard return touchdown in league history.

The touchdown gave the Jaguars a lead going into halftime.

Agnew caught Matt Prater’s 68-yard field goal along the backline of the end zone and raced down the sideline for the score with no time remaining in the first half.

According to Next Gen Stats, Agnew ran 121 yards on the return, the most yards ever tracked on a touchdown return of a field since 2016.

Last week, Agnew returned a kickoff 102 yards for a touchdown against the Denver Broncos.

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