From a Defensive Stance: Antonio Cromartie of the San Diego Chargers caught a Minnesota Vikings failed field goal attempt in the back of his own endzone and ran it all the way down the field to score a 109-yard touchdown - the longest in NFL history.
The longest possible pass in the NFL is 99 yards (a touchdown thrown from within the 1-yard line) - it has been done 11 times in NFL history. (see related question)
no remember Bernared Berrian had a 99er
Ed Reed Did iT.
Probably 99 yards
definantly Shane price
Brett Favre has thrown the most touchdown passes in NFL history, with 508.
The longest run in nfl history was executed by Antonio Cromartie of the San Diego Chargers. He caught a failed field goal attempt (made by the Minnesota Vikings) at the back of his own endzone and ran 109 yards all the way to the other endzone to score a touchdown on November 4th, 2007.
Jerry Rice holds the record of most touchdown receptions in NFL postseason history with 22 touchdowns in the postseason
Steve Bono for Kansas City Chiefs at 76 yards in 1995. ^Not Correct The actual longest touchdown run was by Kordell Stewart, with an 80 yard TD run. ^Also Not Correct The new longest touchdown by a QB is a 93 Yard TD by Terrell Pryor on 27 October 2013.
There have been many 99 yards touchdown passes in both college and the NFL.
Jim hart to bobby more 1972 st Louis vs rams 98 ys
The longest play you can make in the NFL is for a receiver in the end zone to run a kickoff back for a touchdown. A lot of players have done it.
Well if your only talking about a run play from scrimmage, Fred Taylor's 90-yard touchdown run in January 2000 vs. Miami is the longest run play in NFL playoff history! The second longest being Ray Rice's 83-yard touchdown run on the first snap from scrimmage against the New England Patriots
Ed Reed of Baltimore Ravens; he scored a 108-yard intercept return touchdown against Philadelphia Eagles in 2008.
The longest field goal in the history of the NFL is 64 yards, by Matt Prater (2013).
The longest field goal in NFL history is 63 yards made by Tom Dempsey and Jason Elam.
99 yards. it has happened 11 times in NFL history.
The quarterback that has the best career touchdown to interception ratio in NFL history is Aaron Rodgers. He has a ratio of 3. 62, and is also the highest rated quarterback of all time.
John Elway was the most versitle and mobile quarterback in NFL history, before Mike Vick recently made his comeback.
Jason Elam, Denver Broncos, 63 yards