Logan ties Lions record with 105-yard kick return vs. Rams

DETROIT -- Stefan Logan tied the Lions' record for longest touchdown with a 105-yard kickoff return against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.

Logan's return put the Lions ahead 10-3 in the second quarter and equaled the franchise mark set by Terry Fair in 1998 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, also on a kickoff return.

Logan paused briefly before bringing the ball out of the end zone. He appeared to almost be out of running room near his own 30-yard line, but he was able to find an opening and break free toward the right sideline.

The return was significantly longer than Detroit's last kickoff return for a touchdown, a 41-yarder by Casey FitzSimmons on an onside kick in 2007.

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