Harrison breaks Jim Brown’s record


Jerome Harrison rushed for 286 yards to lead Cleveland to a 41-34 victory over Kansas City and break Jim Brown’s single-game running record.

Harrison scored his third touchdown with 44 seconds left, scoring all of his touchdowns in the second half to break Brown’s team record of 237 yards,

Brown had 237 yards twice, in 1961 against Philadelphia and 1957 against the Los Angeles Rams.

Cleveland’s Joshua Cribbs broke the NFL record with his seventh career kickoff return for a touchdown, and then added an eighth touchdown return.

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