The quarterback with the most pro football passing yards is Damon Allen (brother of NFL great Marcus Allen), with 72,381. Allen played from 1985 to 2007 in the Canadian Football League, a pro league that has been around since 1957.
The QB with the most career passing yards in the NFL is Brett Favre with 61,655 as of the 2008 season.
NFL: Norm Van Brocklin, LA Rams - 554 yards - 28 Sept 1951 USFL: Jim Kelly, Houston Gamblers - 574 yards - 24 Feb 1985
As of the start of the 2010 season, Brett Favre holds the career passing yardage record with 69,329. As stands at the start of the 2008 season, Damon Allen still holds the record for most passing yards by a Pro Quaterback at 72,381 and retired prior to the 2008 training camps. He broke the record on September 4th, 2006 meaning at the start of the 2007 season Dan Marino did not hold the Pro Quarterback record for most career passing yards, only the NFL record. Also Warren Moon retired with 70,553 career passing yards as a Pro Quarterback, putting him above Dan Marino in all-time Pro career stats.
arena football is pro football but it is just 50 yards and has different rules. semi pro football is like a little league for the NFL.
99-yards is the NFL record
An NFL field is 120 yards long by 53.3 yards wide.field 360 by 160 feet (120.0 by 53.3 yards; .....
no same thing a 100 yards for each
yes, 53.3 w x 120 l (yards)
college football is when you are in college and pro football is when you are out of college and also in pro football you get paid but not college football. you can get into pro by being a college player and getting drafted into pro.