The quarterback who has thrown the most interceptions is Brett Favre, who through the 2010 season has thrown 336 career interceptions. The record for most interceptions by a defensive player in a career is held by Paul Krause, who intercepted 81 career passes.
Career interceptions thrown, is Terry Bradshaw with 210. The single season Steelers record is Jim Finks in 1955 with 26 interceptions thrown.
Jarrett Lee of LSU has thrown 7 interceptions returned for TD's in so far in this, the 2008 season.
Brett farve for a fact has thrown the most touchdowns. But I'm not sure if he threw the most interceptions as well
Through the 2008 season, that is 31 by Sid Luckman in 1947.
Jarrett Lee, LSU. 7 in one season (and counting)
Brett FarveFavre retired following the 2010 season. Going into the 2012 season, Peyton Manning is the active leader for most interceptions thrown, with 198.
NFL: As of the 2008 season, that was George Blanda of the Houston Oilers who threw 42 interceptions in 1962. Second highest is Vinny Testeverde of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who threw 35 interceptions in 1988.
Not since Larry Rakestraw threw five interceptions against Detroit on Sept. 22, 1968, had a Bears quarterback neared the franchise record of seven, set by Zeke Bratkowski, the last rookie quarterback to start for the Bears.
The most interceptions Brett Favre has thrown in a season is 29 in 2005.
You can check out all interceptions thrown by an NFL quarterback on espn. You have to check out the quarterback statistics and can look at all of the seasons the quarterback played. You can also compared various quarterbacks together.
Rich Gannon of the Oakland Raiders threw 5 interceptions in Super Bowl XXXVII versus the Tamp Bay BUccaneers
Gilbert from Texas
Through the 2010 season: 1) Brett Favre - 336 2) George Blanda - 277 3) John Hadl - 268