This was the latest one up until Sunday November 4th 2007 when Antonio Cromartie of the San Diego Chargers scored a 109 yard rushing touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings.
It has to be something with the Vikings and there defensive players!
Note that the question simply asks what is the longest touchdown run, it does not specify whether it is a rushing touchdown (offense) or receiving touchdown (defense). Therefore, Antonio Cromartie owns this record, not Tony Dorsett.
Cromartie's "run" is actually a return, and since the question specified "run", Tony Dorsett is the correct answer.
As of 2011, there have been eleven 99-yard TD passes in NFL history:
Frank Filchock to Andy Farkas - 1939
George Izo to Bobby Mitchell - 1963
Karl Sweetan to Pat Studstill - 1966
Sonny Jurgensen to Gerry Allen - 1968
Jim Plunkett to Cliff Branch - 1983
Ron Jaworski to Mike Quick - 1985
Stan Humphries to Tony Martin - 1994
Brett Favre to Robert Brooks - 1995
Trent Green to Mark Boerigter - 2002
Jeff Garcia to Andre Davis - 2004
Gus Frerotte to Bernard Berrian - 2008
Jake Delhomme and Muhsin Muhammad an 85-yard touchdown
the longest throw ever recorded was 1 mile
106 yards. Frank Lonergan.
99-yards is the NFL record
Randel cutingham 96 yards
1. Michael Vick2. Josh Johnson 3. Vince Young4. Donovan McNabb5. Dennis Dixon
2 & 65
Kelly Stouffer held out for the entire season, making it the longest holdout in NFL history. Michael Crabtree held out for 67 days in 2007.
108 yards(9/9/2007) by Ellis Hobbs(Formerly 106 yards 8/21/1979)AnswerHaha...I just witnessed the longest kick return ever. 108 yards by Ellis Hobbs on the New Englnad Patriots. the longest kickoff return in NFL historyEllis Hobbs - New England Patriots, Sunday Sept 9, 2007 Detriot Lions Stefan Logan just did 105 yards