Through Super Bowl XLIII, there has never been a punt returned for a touchdown in a Super Bowl game.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad caught the longest touchdown pass in Super Bowl history. It was thrown by Jake Delhomme in Super Bowl XXXVIII and the play went for 85 yards.
Super bowl 43. James Harrison of the Pittsburgh Steelers returns an interception of Kurt Warner 99 yards for a touchdown.
Willie Parker of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL vs. Seattle.His 75-yard touchdown run is the longest run from line of scrimmage in Super Bowl history, surpassing Marcus Allen's 74-yard run in Super Bowl XVII.Willie Parker's TD was a run. The longest touchdown passwas to wide receiver Mussin Mohammed from QB Jake Delhomme of the Carolina Panthers for 85 yards in 2004.
Steve Young had 6 touchdown passes in Super Bowl XXIX.
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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.
The opening kickoff has only been returned for a touchdown once during a Super Bowl. This was accomplished by Devin Hester of the Chicago Bears during Super Bowl XLI.
James Harrison in Super Bowl 43
As of Super Bowl XLII, there has never been a punt returned for a TD.
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.
Fulton Walker of the Miami Dolphins returned a kickoff 98 yards for a TD for the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XVII against the Washington Redskins.
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Between Percy Harvin's return for a touchdown in Super Bowl XLVIII and Ron Dixons touchdown return on Super Bowl XXXV, there was one other kickoff return for the touchdown. Baltimore Raven Jacoby Jones set a Super Bowl record with a 108 yard return for a touch down in Super Bowl XLVII.
Max McGee of the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl I.