Aaron Rodgers became the fastest quarterback to throw for 30,000 yards in NFL history Sunday.
Rodgers reached the milestone in 3,652 attempts, topping the record previously held by Johnny Unitas. Rodgers is the 40th quarterback overall to reach the 30,000-yard mark.
Rodgers, 31, entered Saturday with 1,236 passing yards and 13 touchdowns this season, needing 186 more yards to reach the 30,000 milestone. In his career, Rodgers has completed more than 65% of his passes, for more than 30,000 yards and 241 touchdowns.
The former first-round pick is in his 11th season out of California. The Packers drafted Rodgers 24th overall in 2005.