about 30-85 mph
99-yards is the NFL record
I think it is Brett Farve.
There is no definitive record for the longest football throw in history, but many believe former NFL quarterback Vinny Testaverde's 80-yard throw in the 1988
John Elway wqs clocked at 61 mph.
A few of the positions pass the ball but the biggest would be the quarterback. The quarterback passes the ball to a linemen, and is the first throw of the game!
When a defensive player tackles a quarterback behind the line of scrimmage as he is trying to throw the football .... that is called a sack.
He doesn't. He can throw to any eligible receiver, which also includes tight ends and running backs.