Longest Pass in NFL History?

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The longest pass in NFL history is the 99 yard pass. The pass has been completed by 13 players since the NFL began.
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A 99-yard pass play is the longest play involving a forward pass that is possible in an American professional football game, and gains 99 yards for the offensive team.
Thirteen 99-yard pass plays have occurred in the history of the National Football League.
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The longest possible pass in the NFL is 99 yards (a touchdown thrown from within the 1-yard line) - it has been done 11 times in NFL history. (see related question)
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The longest pass would be 99 yards by Andre Davis (from Garcia) Cleveland
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The longest pass in the air was 83 yards thrown by Don Meridith to Bob Hays on Nov 13, 1966.
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The longest pass in NFL history not including the run just in air is 83 yards thrown by Don Meridith to Bob Hays (Dallas Cowboys). The longest pass is 99 yeards which is held by a
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