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List Of Seattle Seahawks Records - Career Records - Special Teams - Returns
... Most Combined Kick Returns Leon Washington (253) Most Kick Return Yards Leon Washington (4,253) Most Kick Returns for Touchdowns Joey Galloway (4) Most Combined Attempts ...
Steve Suter - College Career
... Suter returned four punts for touchdowns against Akron (81 yards), West Virginia (80 yards), Duke (63 yards), and North Carolina (77 yards) ... Bowl against Tennessee, he made his first career start as a receiver and returned a punt and shook four tackles to pick up 79-yards ... Suter set the NCAA records for single-season punt returns with 56 and kick returns with 78, and tied the NCAA record for punt return touchdowns ...
Brandon Tate - College Career - Senior Season
... In the first quarter of the game, Tate returned a punt 82 yards for a touchdown ... Tate also set the school record for highest punt return average in a game, with 47.3 yards per return (3 returns for 142 yards) ... In the Tar Heels' game against Miami, Tate set the NCAA record for most combined kick off and punt return yards in a career, he finished the season with 3,523 yards to his name ...
Vinny Sutherland - College Career - 1999 Season
58.2 receiving yards per game, and led Big Ten with school-record average of 16.4 yards per punt return, which still stands as the Purdue record for punt return yardage average for one season ... His two punt returns for touchdowns were also a Purdue record ... His 17.4 yards per punt return during regular season to rank third nationally, and had school-record two punt returns for touchdowns ...
Terry Metcalf
... yards, 245 receptions for 2,457 yards, 936 punt return yards, and 3,087 yards returning kickoffs ... He also scored 36 touchdowns (24 rushing, 9 receiving, 1 punt return, 2 kickoff returns) ... to average at least 30 yards per kick return and 10 yards per punt return in the same season ...

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