Carolina Panthers defenders, including gunner Teddy Williams (21) surround Denver Broncos return man Jordan Norwood (11), who didn’t call a fair catch as they assumed and took the punt back 61 yards, the longest return in Super Bowl history.
Carolina Panthers defenders, including gunner Teddy Williams (21) surround Denver Broncos return man Jordan Norwood (11), who didn’t call a fair catch as they assumed and took the punt back 61 yards, the longest return in Super Bowl history. Julie Jacobson AP
Carolina Panthers defenders, including gunner Teddy Williams (21) surround Denver Broncos return man Jordan Norwood (11), who didn’t call a fair catch as they assumed and took the punt back 61 yards, the longest return in Super Bowl history. Julie Jacobson AP

Carolina Panthers gunner Teddy Williams explains ‘freak accident’ on 61-yard punt return

February 10, 2016 08:51 PM