By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Put T.J. Watt’s name in the record books.

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Since individual sacks became a statistic in 1982, Watt is now one of only two players to record at least 13 sacks in four straight seasons.

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Despite being questionable all week long due to being placed in COVID-19 protocol, Watt was in the lineup today against the Ravens, and in the first quarter, he got himself a sack against Lamar Jackson.

Watt joins Reggie White, who was a defensive end with the Philadelphia Eagles, who recorded at least 13 sacks between 1985-1988.

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The Steelers made Watt the highest-paid defensive player this offseason with a five-year extension worth $112 million and $80 million guaranteed.