WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed is only in his fourth season in the NFL but already he’s making history, and now that’s on display for all to see at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

In the Redskins game against the Cleveland Browns, Reed had 9 catches and two touchdowns. It was that second touchdown that put him in the history books.

Reed became the fastest tight end in NFL History to reach the 200 reception mark.

He did it in just 38 games, edging out Kellen Winslow who did it in 39 games. Now, Reed’s game worn jersey is on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.