Sydney Brown added a game-breaking highlight to his rookie season Sunday afternoon.

A member of the Philadelphia Eagles secondary, the former Illinois defensive back secured his first interception against the Arizona Cardinals. The interception was an easy one with Brown in the vicinity of an errant pass, but the rest of the play was the highlight.

Brown secured his pick on the one-yard line and immediately hit the jets going the other direction. He made it all the way to midfield before encountering some resistance, and a few nifty moves carved out a path to the end zone.

It goes down as Brown’s first career pick and his first career touchdown in the NFL:

Overall, Brown has appeared in 12 games with 5 starts as a rookie entering Sunday. He has 40 tackles, 2 pass breakups and a forced fumble with the Eagles looking at another deep playoff run this season.