"Hauling" in history


These are the gloves and shoes worn by Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald when he caught his 400th career pass on Nov. 23, 2008 against the New York Giants. In doing so, Fitzgerald became the youngest player in NFL history (25 years, 199 days) to reach the milestone. He reached this mark in 71 games, which is the second fastest in league history behind his former teammate Anquan Boldin who did it in 67 games.

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss was the previous record holder (25 years, 305 days).

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