Former Alabama State running back Isaiah Crowell came up big in the Browns 25-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
On the same day that the Browns unveiled a statue of the legendary Jim Brown, Isaiah Crowell did something not even Brown had done by breaking loose for an 85-yard touchdown run.
It came in the first quarter when Crowell took a handoff up the middle and went untouched for the second-longest TD run in Cleveland history.
It was the second-longest rushing play in Browns history, trailing only Bobby Mitchell's 90-yard touchdown run in 1959.
Jim Brown's longest scoring run was an 80-yarder in 1963.
It was also the longest run ever against the Ravens.