Former Oregon Ducks cornerback Troy Hill made history Sunday for the Los Angeles Rams.
In the second quarter in the Rams' Week 17 game vs. the Arizona Cardinals, Hill jumped in front of and intercepted reserve quarterback Chris Streveler's pass to Trent Sherfield.
With a fleet of Rams flanking Hill as blockers, the six-year pro took it all the way house.
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The 84-yard return was the longest of Hill's career and is the longest pick six by a Rams player since returning to LA. It's the seventh longest return in franchise history.
It's also the longest pick six in the 2020 season.
Hill has three interceptions for the Rams this season.
The Rams lead the Cardinals 12-7 at halftime.