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Frank Gore Passes Jim Brown for 9th-Most Rushing Yards in NFL History

Frank Gore reached another milestone in his incredible career on Sunday, as the Indianapolis Colts running back surpassed Jim Brown and became the ninth-most prolific rusher in NFL history. The Colts commemorated Gore's achievement during the game against the Chicago Bears: Gore, 33, has remained productive, rushing for 253 yards and two touchdowns entering Week 5. On an Indianapolis team that has had its struggles this season, Gore has remained a bright spot.
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