From an Offensive Stance: Tony Dorsett of the Dallas Cowboys rushed for a 99 yard TD in a game against the Minnesota Vikings in 1983. 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.
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Antonio Cromartie. He rushed 109 yards against the Minesonta Vikings after a field goal attempt. Besides it was the longest rush in NFL History.
San Diego Chargers cornerback Antonio Cromartie returned Ryan Longwell's missed 57-yard field goal attempt 109 yards for a touchdown as the first half ended Sunday November 4th, 2007, in a game against the Minnesota Vikings. It was the longest play in NFL history.
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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.
Yes. Antonio Cromartie (SD) returned a field goal attempt from the minnesota vikings 109 yards when it fell short of a field goal. He caught it inbounds and hence it must be possible to intercept the ball. Only a pass can be intercepted, but yes, field goals can be returned by the defensive team if the kick is unsuccessful.