Who has played the most years in the NFL?

All-time most appearances (minimum 200 games played)
RankNamePosition
1Morten Andersen*K ^
2Gary AndersonK
3Jeff FeaglesP ^
4George Blanda*K, QB
A.

What NFL player has been in the NFL the longest?

George Blanda, who played both as a kicker and a quarterback, has the longest NFL career of all time, playing for 26 seasons in total. Quarterbacks not only have a longer career than the average NFL player, but they command the highest salaries in the league.
  • Who is the youngest player to play in the NFL?

    Okoye was drafted by the Houston Texans in the first round of the 2007 NFL draft. He is the youngest player to ever be drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft at only 19 years old. He was the highest draft pick to come out of the University of Louisville since the AFL-NFL merger.
  • How old is Peyton Manning and when did he retire?

    Coming off a season where he became the oldest quarterback ever to win the Super Bowl, Peyton Manning will not be returning to the field next year. The 39-year-old will be retiring, the NFL announced today (Mar. 6).
  • What year did Dan Marino retire from the NFL?

    -At age 36, Dan Marino saw his decline. His quarterback rating dropped to 80.7, his touchdowns plummeted to 17, and only in his rookie year did he produce fewer passing yards in a full season. He lasted two more seasons before retirement.
B.

Who is the oldest active player in the NFL?

Adam Vinatieri, right, is set to be the oldest player in the NFL this season. With Jason Hanson retiring, the honor of being the oldest player in the NFL now goes to fellow kicker Adam Vinatieri. In fact, seven of the 10 oldest players currently on an NFL roster are special teams players.
  • Who is the oldest?

    100 verified oldest people
    RankNameAge
    1Jeanne Calment122 years, 164 days
    2Sarah Knauss119 years, 97 days
    3Nabi Tajima117 years, 260 days
    4Lucy Hannah117 years, 248 days
  • Who hit the longest homerun in baseball history?

    September 10, 1960 - Mickey Mantle unloads a cannon shot clearing the RF roof in Detroit and landing in Brooks Lumber Yard across Trumbull Avenue. In June, 1985, Mantle's blow was retroactively measured at 643 feet, and was listed in The Guinness Book of World Records as the longest Home Run in History.
  • Who was the first person to hit a grand slam?

    Roger Connor is believed to have been the first major league player to hit a grand slam, on September 10, 1881, for the Troy Trojans.
C.

Who is the oldest player to ever play in the NFL?

Oldest Player. Legendary quarterback and hall of famer George Blanda played in the NFL from 1948 until 1976, when he was 48. He played for 26 seasons, a record. And until 2000, he held the record of most points scored in a career, with 2,002.
  • What year did Dan Marino retire from the NFL?

    -At age 36, Dan Marino saw his decline. His quarterback rating dropped to 80.7, his touchdowns plummeted to 17, and only in his rookie year did he produce fewer passing yards in a full season. He lasted two more seasons before retirement.
  • What football team did Terry Bradshaw play for?

    Born on September 2, 1948, in Shreveport, Louisiana, professional football player Terry Bradshaw was named an All-American while playing for Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. The first player selected in the 1970 NFL draft, Bradshaw went to great success with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
  • Who has played the most years in the NBA?

    List of National Basketball Association seasons played leaders
    • Robert Parish was the first to play 21 seasons in the NBA, currently tied for the most in league history.
    • Kevin Garnett began his career with Minnesota, returning later and tying the record of 21 seasons played in 2016.
    • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar retired in 1989 with a then-record of 20 seasons played.

Updated: 29th September 2018

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