History: NFL Football - Kick Return & Punt Return Records

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Most Seasons Leading League - Yards Gained
 
3Alvin Haymond, Baltimore, 1965-66; Los Angeles, 1969
2Bill Dudley, Pittsburgh, 1942, 1946
 Emlen Tunnell, N.Y. Giants, 1951-52
 Dick Christy, N.Y. Titans, 1961-62
 Claude Gibson, Oakland, 1963-64
 Rodger Bird, Oakland, 1966-67
 J.T. Smith, Kansas City, 1979-1980
 Vai Sikahema, St. Louis, 1986-87
 David Meggett, N.Y. Giants, 1989-1990
 Tamarick Vanover, Kansas City, 1995, 1999
 Devin Hester, Chicago, 2006, 2010
 
Most Yards Gained, Career
 
4,999Brian Mitchell, Washington, 1990-99; Philadelphia, 2000-02; N.Y. Giants, 2003
3,708Dave Meggett, N.Y. Giants, 1989-1994; New England, 1995-97; N.Y. Jets, 1998
3,601Darrien Gordon, San Diego, 1993-94, 1996; Denver, 1997-98; Oakland, 1999-2000; Atlanta, 2001; Green Bay, 2002
 
Most Yards Gained, Season
 
875Desmond Howard, Green Bay, 1996
692Fulton Walker, Miami-L.A. Raiders, 1985
666Greg Pruitt, L.A. Raiders, 1983
 
Most Yards Gained, Rookie, Season
 
656Louis Lipps, Pittsburgh, 1984
655Neal Colzie, Oakland, 1975
619Leon Johnson, N.Y. Jets, 1997
 
Most Yards Gained, Game
 
207LeRoy Irvin, Los Angeles vs. Atlanta, Oct. 11, 1981
205George Atkinson, Oakland vs. Buffalo, Sept. 15, 1968
199Eddie Drummond, Detroit vs. Jacksonville, Nov. 14, 2004 (ot)
 
Longest Punt Return (All TDs)
 
103Robert Bailey, L.A. Rams vs. New Orleans, Oct. 23, 1994
98Gil LeFebvre, Cincinnati vs. Brooklyn, Dec. 3, 1933
 Charlie West, Minnesota vs. Washington, Nov. 3, 1968
 Dennis Morgan, Dallas vs. St. Louis, Oct. 13, 1974
 Terance Mathis, N.Y. Jets vs. Dallas, Nov. 4, 1990
97Greg Pruitt, L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, Oct. 2, 1983
 Bryan McCann, Dallas vs. Detroit, Nov. 21, 2010
 
Highest Average, Career (75 returns)
 
12.78George McAfee, Chi. Bears, 1940-41, 1945-1950 (112-1,431)
12.75Jack Christiansen, Detroit, 1951-58 (85-1,084)
12.55Claude Gibson, San Diego, 1961-62; Oakland, 1963-65 (110-1,381)
 
Highest Average, Season (Qualifiers)
 
23.00Herb Rich, Baltimore, 1950 (12-276)
21.47Jack Christiansen, Detroit, 1952 (15-322)
21.28Dick Christy, N.Y. Titans, 1961 (18-383)
 
Highest Average, Rookie, Season (Qualifiers)
 
23.00Herb Rich, Baltimore, 1950 (12-276)
20.88Jerry Davis, Chi. Cardinals, 1948 (16-334)
20.73Frankie Sinkwich, Detroit, 1943 (11-228)
 
Highest Average, Game
 
51.00Steve Smith, Carolina vs. Cincinnati, Dec. 8, 2002 (3-153)
47.67Chuck Latourette, St. Louis vs. New Orleans, Sept. 29, 1968 (3-143)
47.33Johnny Roland, St. Louis vs. Philadelphia, Oct. 2, 1966 (3-142)
 
Most Touchdowns, Career
 
10Eric Metcalf, Cleveland, 1989-1994; Atlanta, 1995-96; San Diego, 1997; Arizona, 1998; Carolina, 1999; Washington, 2001; Green Bay, 2002
 Devin Hester, Chicago, 2006-2010
9Brian Mitchell, Washington, 1990-99; Philadelphia 2000-02; N.Y. Giants, 2003
8Jack Christiansen, Detroit, 1951-58
 Rick Upchurch, Denver, 1975-1983
 Desmond Howard, Washington, 1992-94; Jacksonville, 1995; Green Bay, 1996, 1999; Oakland, 1997-98; Detroit, 1999-2002
 
Most Touchdowns, Season
 
4Jack Christiansen, Detroit, 1951
 Rick Upchurch, Denver, 1976
 Devin Hester, Chicago, 2007
3Emlen Tunnell, N.Y. Giants, 1951
 Billy (White Shoes) Johnson, Houston, 1975
 LeRoy Irvin, Los Angeles, 1981
 Desmond Howard, Green Bay, 1996
 Darrien Gordon, Denver, 1997
 Eric Metcalf, San Diego, 1997
 Devin Hester, Chicago, 2006
 Adam Jones, Tennessee, 2006
 Reggie Bush, New Orleans, 2008
 Johnnie Lee Higgins, Oakland, 2008
 Devin Hester, Chicago, 2010
2By many players
 
Most Touchdowns, Rookie, Season
 
4Jack Christiansen, Detroit, 1951
3Devin Hester, Chicago, 2006
2By many players
 
Most Touchdowns, Game
 
2Jack Christiansen, Detroit vs. Los Angeles, Oct. 14, 1951
 Jack Christiansen, Detroit vs. Green Bay, Nov. 22, 1951
 Dick Christy, N.Y. Titans vs. Denver, Sept. 24, 1961
 Rick Upchurch, Denver vs. Cleveland, Sept. 26, 1976
 LeRoy Irvin, Los Angeles vs. Atlanta, Oct. 11, 1981
 Vai Sikahema, St. Louis vs. Tampa Bay, Dec. 21, 1986
 Todd Kinchen, L.A. Rams vs. Atlanta, Dec. 27, 1992
 Eric Metcalf, Cleveland vs. Pittsburgh, Oct. 24, 1993
 Eric Metcalf, San Diego vs. Cincinnati, Nov. 2, 1997
 Darrien Gordon, Denver vs. Carolina, Nov. 9, 1997
 Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore vs. Seattle, Dec. 7, 1997
 Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore vs. N.Y. Jets, Dec. 24, 2000
 Steve Smith, Carolina vs. Cincinnati, Dec. 8, 2002
 Eddie Drummond, Detroit vs. Jacksonville, Nov. 14, 2004 (ot)
 Reggie Bush, New Orleans vs. Minnesota, Oct. 6, 2008
1By many players
 
Most Seasons Leading League - KICKOFF RETURNS
 
3Abe Woodson, San Francisco, 1959, 1962-63
2Lynn Chandnois, Pittsburgh, 1951-52
 Bobby Jancik, Houston, 1962-63
 Travis Williams, Green Bay, 1967; Los Angeles, 1971
 Mel Gray, Detroit, 1991, 1994
 Michael Bates, Carolina, 1996-97
1By many players
 
Most Kickoff Returns, Career
 
607Brian Mitchell, Washington, 1990-99; Philadelphia, 2000-02; N.Y. Giants, 2003
514Allen Rossum, Philadelphia, 1998-99; Green Bay, 2000-01; Atlanta, 2002-06; Pittsburgh, 2007; San Francisco, 2008-09; Dallas, 2009
426Dante Hall, Kansas City, 2000-06; St. Louis, 2007-08
 
Most Kickoff Returns, Season
 
82MarTay Jenkins, Arizona, 2000
73Josh Scobey, Arizona, 2003
 Chris Carr, Oakland, 2005
70Tyrone Hughes, New Orleans, 1996
 Michael Lewis, New Orleans, 2002
 
Most Kickoff Returns, Rookie, Season
 
73Josh Scobey, Arizona, 2003
 Chris Carr, Oakland, 2005
67Ronney Jenkins, San Diego, 2000
64Tab Perry, Cincinnati, 2005
 
Most Kickoff Returns, Game
 
10Desmond Howard, Oakland vs. Seattle, Oct. 26, 1997
 Richard Alston, Cleveland vs. Cincinnati, Nov. 28, 2004
9Noland Smith, Kansas City vs. Oakland, Nov. 23, 1967
 Dino Hall, Cleveland vs. Pittsburgh, Oct. 7, 1979
 Paul Palmer, Kansas City vs. Seattle, Sept. 20, 1987
 Eric Metcalf, Atlanta vs. San Francisco, Sept. 29, 1996; vs. St. Louis, Nov. 10, 1996
 Michael Bates, Carolina vs. Atlanta, Oct. 4, 1998
 Nate Jacquet, Minnesota vs. Philadelphia, Nov. 11, 2001
 Ahmad Merritt, Chicago vs. San Francisco, Sept. 7, 2003
 Josh Scobey, Arizona vs. Cleveland, Nov. 16, 2003
 Maurice Hicks, San Francisco vs. San Diego, Oct. 15, 2006
 Aveion Cason, Detroit vs. San Diego, Dec. 16, 2007
 Allen Rossum, San Francisco vs. Philadelphia, Oct. 12, 2008
 Steve Breaston, Arizona vs. New England, Dec. 21, 2008
 Danny Amendola, St. Louis vs. Tennessee, Dec. 13, 2009
 Brandon James, Indianapolis vs. San Diego, Nov. 28, 2010
8By many players
 
Most Seasons Leading League - Yards Gained
 
3Bruce Harper, N.Y. Jets, 1977-79
 Tyrone Hughes, New Orleans, 1994-96
2Marshall Goldberg, Chi. Cardinals, 1941-42
 Woodley Lewis, Los Angeles, 1953-54
 Al Carmichael, Green Bay, 1956-57
 Timmy Brown, Philadelphia, 1961, 1963
 Bobby Jancik, Houston, 1963, 1966
 Ron Smith, Atlanta, 1966-67
 Chris Carr, Oakland, 2005-06
1By many players
 
Most Yards Gained, Career
 
14,014Brian Mitchell, Washington, 1990-99; Philadelphia, 2000-02; N.Y. Giants, 2003
11,947Allen Rossum, Philadelphia, 1998-99; Green Bay, 2000-01; Atlanta, 2002-06; Pittsburgh, 2007; San Francisco, 2008-09; Dallas, 2009
10,250Mel Gray, New Orleans, 1986-88; Detroit, 1989-1994; Houston, 1995-96; Tennessee, 1997; Philadelphia, 1997
 
Most Yards Gained, Season
 
2,186MarTay Jenkins, Arizona, 2000
1,809Josh Cribbs, Cleveland, 2007
1,807Michael Lewis, New Orleans, 2002
 
Most Yards Gained, Rookie, Season
 
1,752Chris Carr, Oakland, 2005
1,684Josh Scobey, Arizona, 2003
1,577Justin Miller, N.Y. Jets, 2005
 
Most Yards Gained, Game
 
304Tyrone Hughes, New Orleans vs. L.A. Rams, Oct. 23, 1994
299Ted Ginn, Jr., Miami vs. N.Y. Jets, Nov. 1, 2009
294Wally Triplett, Detroit vs. Los Angeles, Oct. 29, 1950
 
Longest Kickoff Return (All TDs)
 
108Ellis Hobbs, New England, vs. N.Y. Jets, Sept. 9, 2007
106Al Carmichael, Green Bay vs. Chi. Bears, Oct. 7, 1956
 Noland Smith, Kansas City vs. Denver, Dec. 17, 1967
 Roy Green, St. Louis vs. Dallas, Oct. 21, 1979
 Brad Smith, N.Y. Jets vs. Indianapolis, Dec. 27, 2009
105Frank Seno, Chi. Cardinals vs. N.Y. Giants, Oct. 20, 1946
 Ollie Matson, Chi. Cardinals vs. Washington, Oct. 14, 1956
 Abe Woodson, San Francisco vs. Los Angeles, Nov. 8, 1959
 Timmy Brown, Philadelphia vs. Cleveland, Sept. 17, 1961
 Jon Arnett, Los Angeles vs. Detroit, Oct. 29, 1961
 Eugene (Mercury) Morris, Miami vs. Cincinnati, Sept. 14, 1969
 Travis Williams, Los Angeles vs. New Orleans, Dec. 5, 1971
 Terry Fair, Detroit vs. Tampa Bay, Sept. 28, 1998
 Stefan Logan, Detroit vs. St. Louis, Oct. 10, 2010
 
Highest Average, Career (75 returns) - Average Yardage
 
30.56Gale Sayers, Chicago, 1965-1971 (91-2,781)
29.57Lynn Chandnois, Pittsburgh, 1950-56 (92-2,720)
28.69Abe Woodson, San Francisco, 1958-1964; St. Louis, 1965-66 (193-5,538)
 
Highest Average, Season (Qualifiers)
 
41.06Travis Williams, Green Bay, 1967 (18-739)
37.69Gale Sayers, Chicago, 1967 (16-603)
35.50Ollie Matson, Chi. Cardinals, 1958 (14-497)
 
Highest Average, Rookie, Season (Qualifiers)
 
41.06Travis Williams, Green Bay, 1967 (18-739)
33.08Tom Moore, Green Bay, 1960 (12-397)
32.88Duriel Harris, Miami, 1976 (17-559)
 
Highest Average, Game (3 returns)
 
73.50Wally Triplett, Detroit vs. Los Angeles, Oct. 29, 1950 (4-294)
67.33Lenny Lyles, San Francisco vs. Baltimore, Dec. 18, 1960 (3-202)
65.33Ken Hall, Houston vs. N.Y. Titans, Oct. 23, 1960 (3-196)
 
Most Touchdowns, Career
 
8Josh Cribbs, Cleveland, 2005-2010
7Leon Washington, N.Y. Jets, 2006-09; Seattle, 2010
6Ollie Matson, Chi. Cardinals, 1952, 1954-58; L.A. Rams, 1959-1962; Detroit, 1963; Philadelphia, 1964
 Gale Sayers, Chicago, 1965-1971
 Travis Williams, Green Bay, 1967-1970; Los Angeles, 1971
 Mel Gray, New Orleans, 1986-88; Detroit, 1989-1994; Houston, 1995-96; Tennessee, 1997; Philadelphia, 1997
 Dante Hall, Kansas City, 2000-06; St. Louis, 2007-08
 
Most Touchdowns, Season
 
4Travis Williams, Green Bay, 1967
 Cecil Turner, Chicago, 1970
3Verda (Vitamin T) Smith, Los Angeles, 1950
 Abe Woodson, San Francisco, 1963
 Gale Sayers, Chicago, 1967
 Raymond Clayborn, New England, 1977
 Ron Brown, L.A. Rams, 1985
 Mel Gray, Detroit, 1994
 Darrick Vaughn, Atlanta, 2000
 Terrence McGee, Buffalo, 2004
 André Davis, Houston, 2007
 Leon Washington, N.Y. Jets, 2007
 Josh Cribbs, Cleveland, 2009
 Jacoby Ford, Oakland, 2010
 Leon Washington, Seattle, 2010
2By many players
 
Most Touchdowns, Rookie, Season
 
4Travis Williams, Green Bay, 1967
3Raymond Clayborn, New England, 1977
 Darrick Vaughn, Atlanta, 2000
 Jacoby Ford, Oakland, 2010
2By many players
 
Most Touchdowns, Game
 
2Timmy Brown, Philadelphia vs. Dallas, Nov. 6, 1966
 Travis Williams, Green Bay vs. Cleveland, Nov. 12, 1967
 Ron Brown, L.A. Rams vs. Green Bay, Nov. 24, 1985
 Tyrone Hughes, New Orleans vs. L.A. Rams, Oct. 23, 1994
 Chad Morton, N.Y. Jets vs. Buffalo, Sept. 8, 2002 (ot)
 Devin Hester, Chicago vs. St. Louis, Dec. 11, 2006
 André Davis, Houston vs. Jacksonville, Dec. 30, 2007
 Ted Ginn, Jr., Miami vs. N.Y. Jets, Nov. 1, 2009
 Josh Cribbs, Cleveland vs. Kansas City, Dec. 20, 2009
 Leon Washington, Seattle vs. San Diego, Sept. 26, 2010
 
COMBINED KICK RETURNS
 
Most Combined Kick Returns, Career
 
1,070Brian Mitchell, Washington, 1990-99; Philadelphia, 2000-02; N.Y. Giants, 2003 (p-463, k-607)
821Allen Rossum, Philadelphia, 1998-99; Green Bay, 2000-01; Atlanta, 2002-06; Pittsburgh, 2007; San Francisco, 2008-09; Dallas, 2009 (p-307, k-514)
711Glyn Milburn, Denver, 1993-95; Detroit, 1996-97; Chicago, 1998-2001; San Diego, 2001 (p-304, k-407)
 
Most Combined Kick Returns, Season
 
114Michael Lewis, New Orleans, 2002 (p-44, k-70)
 B.J. Sams, Baltimore, 2004 (p-55, k-59)
107Chris Carr, Oakland, 2005 (p-34, k-73)
 Dante Hall, Kansas City, 2005 (p-42, k-65)
105Reggie Swinton, Arizona, 2005 (p-42, k-63)
 
Most Combined Kick Returns, Game
 
13Stump Mitchell, St. Louis vs. Atlanta, Oct. 18, 1981 (p-6, k-7)
 Ronnie Harris, New England vs. Pittsburgh, Dec. 5, 1993 (p-10, k-3)
12 Mel Renfro, Dallas vs. Green Bay, Nov. 29, 1964 (p-4, k-8)
 Larry Jones, Washington vs. Dallas, Dec. 13, 1975 (p-6, k-6)
 Eddie Brown, Washington vs. Tampa Bay, Oct. 9, 1977 (p-11, k-1)
 Nesby Glasgow, Baltimore vs. Denver, Sept. 2, 1979 (p-9, k-3)
 Tim Dwight, Atlanta vs. Detroit, Nov. 12, 2000 (p-8, k-4)
 Wes Welker, Miami vs. Buffalo, Dec. 5, 2004 (p-6, k-6)
 Reggie Swinton, Arizona vs. Philadelphia, Dec. 24, 2005 (p-9, k-3)
 Devin Hester, Chicago vs. Detroit, Sept. 30, 2007 (p-5, k-7)
 Brandon James, Indianapolis vs. San Diego, Nov. 28, 2010 (p-3, k-9)
11By many players
 
YARDS GAINED
 
Most Yards Returned, Career
 
19,013Brian Mitchell, Washington, 1990-99; Philadelphia, 2000-02; N.Y. Giants, 2003 (p-4,999; k-14,014)
15,003Allen Rossum, Philadelphia, 1998-99; Green Bay, 2000-01; Atlanta, 2002-06; Pittsburgh, 2007; San Francisco, 2008-09; Dallas, 2009 (p-3,056; k-11,947)
13,003Mel Gray, New Orleans, 1986-88; Detroit, 1989-1994; Houston, 1995-96; Tennessee, 1997; Philadelphia, 1997 (p-2,753; k-10,250)
 
Most Yards Returned, Season
 
2,432Michael Lewis, New Orleans, 2002 (p-625; k-1,807)
2,214Josh Cribbs, Cleveland, 2007 (p-405; k-1,809)
2,187MarTay Jenkins, Arizona, 2000 (pr-1; k-2,186)
 
Most Yards Returned, Game
 
347Tyrone Hughes, New Orleans vs. L.A. Rams, Oct. 23, 1994 (p-43; k-304)
314Devin Hester, Chicago vs. Detroit, Sept. 30, 2007 (p-95; k-219)
306Josh Cribbs, Cleveland vs. Baltimore, Nov. 18, 2007 (p-61; k-245) (ot)
 
TOUCHDOWNS
 
Most Touchdowns, Career
 
14Devin Hester, Chicago, 2006-2010 (p-10, k-4)
13Brian Mitchell, Washington, 1990-99; Philadelphia, 2000-02; N.Y. Giants, 2003 (p-9, k-4)
12Eric Metcalf, Cleveland, 1989-1994; Atlanta, 1995-96; San Diego, 1997; Arizona, 1998; Carolina, 1999; Washington, 2001; Green Bay, 2002 (p-10, k-2)
 Dante Hall, Kansas City, 2000-06; St. Louis, 2007-08 (p-6, k-6)
 
Most Touchdowns, Season
 
6Devin Hester, Chicago, 2007 (p-4, k-2)
5Devin Hester, Chicago, 2006 (p-3, k-2)
4Jack Christiansen, Detroit, 1951 (p-4)
 Emlen Tunnell, N.Y. Giants, 1951 (p-3, k-1)
 Gale Sayers, Chicago, 1967 (p-1, k-3)
 Travis Williams, Green Bay, 1967 (k-4)
 Cecil Turner, Chicago, 1970 (k-4)
 Billy Johnson, Houston, 1975 (p-3, k-1)
 Rick Upchurch, Denver, 1976 (p-4)
 Dante Hall, Kansas City, 2003 (p-2, r-2)
 Eddie Drummond, Detroit, 2004 (p-2, k-2)
 Josh Cribbs, Cleveland, 2009 (p-1, k-3)
 
Most Touchdowns, Game
 
2Jack Christiansen, Detroit vs. Los Angeles, Oct. 14, 1951 (p-2); vs. Green Bay, Nov. 22, 1951 (p-2)
 Jim Patton, N.Y. Giants vs. Washington, Oct. 30, 1955 (p-1, k-1)
 Bobby Mitchell, Cleveland vs. Philadelphia, Nov. 23, 1958 (p-1, k-1)
 Dick Christy, N.Y. Titans vs. Denver, Sept. 24, 1961 (p-2)
 Al Frazier, Denver vs. Boston, Dec. 3, 1961 (p-1, k-1)
 Timmy Brown, Philadelphia vs. Dallas, Nov. 6, 1966 (k-2)
 Travis Williams, Green Bay vs. Cleveland, Nov. 12, 1967 (k-2); vs. Pittsburgh, Nov. 2, 1969 (p-1, k-1)
 Gale Sayers, Chicago vs. San Francisco, Dec. 3, 1967 (p-1, k-1)
 Rick Upchurch, Denver vs. Cleveland, Sept. 26, 1976 (p-2)
 Eddie Payton, Detroit vs. Minnesota, Dec. 17, 1977 (p-1, k-1)
 LeRoy Irvin, Los Angeles vs. Atlanta, Oct. 11, 1981 (p-2)
 Ron Brown, L.A. Rams vs. Green Bay, Nov. 24, 1985 (k-2)
 Vai Sikahema, St. Louis vs. Tampa Bay, Dec. 21, 1986 (p-2)
 Todd Kinchen, L.A. Rams vs. Atlanta, Dec. 27, 1992 (p-2)
 Eric Metcalf, Cleveland vs. Pittsburgh, Oct. 24, 1993 (p-2); San Diego vs. Cincinnati, Nov. 2, 1997 (p-2)
 Tyrone Hughes, New Orleans vs. L.A. Rams, Oct. 23, 1994 (k-2)
 Darrien Gordon, Denver vs. Carolina, Nov. 9, 1997 (p-2)
 Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore vs. Seattle, Dec. 7, 1997 (p-2); Baltimore vs. N.Y. Jets, Dec. 24, 2000 (p-2)
 Chad Morton, N.Y. Jets vs. Buffalo, Sept. 8, 2002 (ot) (k-2)
 Michael Lewis, New Orleans vs. Washington, Oct. 13, 2002 (p-1, k-1)
 Dante Hall, Kansas City vs. St. Louis, Dec. 8, 2002 (p-1, k-1)
 Steve Smith, Carolina vs. Cincinnati, Dec. 8, 2002 (p-2)
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 Reggie Bush, New Orleans vs. Minnesota, Oct. 6, 2008
 Eddie Royal, Denver vs. San Diego, Oct. 19, 2009 (p-1, k-1)
 Ted Ginn, Jr., Miami vs. N.Y. Jets, Nov. 1, 2009 (k-2)
 Josh Cribbs, Cleveland vs. Kansas City, Dec. 20, 2009 (k-2)
 Leon Washington, Seattle vs. San Diego, Sept. 26, 2010 (k-2)
 
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