Green Bay Packers wide receiver Max McGee scored on a 37 yard pass from Bart Starr in the first quarter of Super Bowl I to record the first TD in Super Bowl history.
Brandon StokleyHe caught a 38 yard touchdown reception from QB Trent Dilfer in the first quarter.
Max "Maxi the Taxi" McGee scored the 1st touchdown in Super Bowl history for the Green Bay Packers.
Eddie George, Running Back.
The first touchdown thrown in Super Bowl 44 was thrown by Peyton Manning to Pierre Garcon in the first quarter.
In super bowl XLI (forty one), Devin Hester of the Bears returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown. It was the first time it ever happened in super bowl history. Although the Chicago Bears lost to the Indianapolis colts.
Herb Adderley of the Green Bay Packers was the first NFL player to return an interception for a touchdown in Super Bowl play. He intercepted a Daryle LaMonica pass and returned it 60 yards for a touch down in Super Bowl II.
Wide receiver Tim Paulus.
Max McGee .
Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl VI
That was wide receiver Irving Fryer on an 8 yard pass from Steve Grogan in the 4th quarter of the Patriots 46-10 loss to the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XX.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Max McGee caught a 37-yard touchdown pass from Bart Starr in the first quarter of Super Bowl I. McGee also caught a 13-yard touchdown pass from Game MVP Starr in the third quarter. The Packers of the National Football League defeated the Kansas City Chiefs of the American Football League, 35-10. Interestingly, McGee admitted that he was hungover during the championship game because he was a backup receiver and hadn't expected to play much. As a result, he spent Super Bowl eve partying and drinking. He was pressed into service when starting receiver Boyd Dowler was injured in the first quarter.
Max McGee caught the first touchdown pass in Super Bowl I (technically the first AFL-NFL World Championship) on January 15, 1967, as the Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10. He caught 2 touchdowns in that game and a reception that set up a touchdown in Super Bowl II the following year, which marked his final season in the NFL.
For the Dolphins that was Howard Twilley on a 28 yard pass from Bob Griese in Super Bowl VII against the Washington Redskins.
Rob Lytle was the first player from the university of Michigan to score a touchdown in a Super Bowl. He attended the university from 1973 until 1976.