Super BowlRINGS The Raiders’ world championship rings — awarded to players, coaches, staff and owners after the dominating victories in Super Bowl Xl, Super Bowl XV and Super Bowl XVIII — are renowned as the most memorable pieces of championship team jewelry ever produced. The rings were produced by Lenox Awards of St. Charles, Ill., whose staff developed creative concepts incorporating the explicit guidelines established by the Raiders — white gold, a raised football-shaped crest of diamonds on a black surface and a design based on “massive excellence” that would recognize these crowning achievements by the Raider organization. The Super Bowl Xl ring design, featuring a large center diamond and 26 five-point diamonds on the ring face was developed by Al Davis, Head Coach John Madden, Executive Assistant Al LoCasale and Lenox Awards artist Elliot Ingberg. The Super Bowl XV ring design, featuring two large center diamonds to symbolize the two world championships won within five years and 33 five-point diamonds on the ring face, was developed by Al Davis, Head Coach Tom Flores, Al LoCasale and Lenox Awards president Tom Brasher. The Super Bowl XVIII ring design features three large diamonds to represent the three world championships won within eight years, each centered in a football-shaped crest plus an additional 20 five-point diamonds. The ring was developed by Al Davis, Tom Flores, Al LoCasale and Lenox Awards president Tom Marzullo. INTEREST HOLDERS A. Boscacci, Ginny Boscacci, First Football, GOPPPL, LLC, Jack Hartman, Doray Vail, Bob Seaman Raiders Pro Footbal Hal of Fame 50 Gameday MAGAZINE in The Ron MIx OT, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, 11 YEARS, JOINED RAIDERS: TRADE, 1971 Inducted into Pro Footbal Hal of Fame: July 28, 1979 Played 11 pro seasons, 10 with the Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers and one with the Oakland Raiders… Became the first player to have worn a Raider uniform inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame… Was the second player from the American Football League (AFL) to be enshrined in Canton, following former teammate Lance Alworth…Elected to the AFL All-Star team in nine straight seasons…A ninetime All-AFL selection…Named to the all-time AFL first team, and is one of only 20 individuals who played the entire 10 years of the AFL…Played in 142 career games…Flagged for just two holding penalties in an 11-year career…Played in five of the first six AFL Championship games, helping lead Chargers to 1963 title…Retired after the 1969 season, but returned to football in 1971 following a trade to the Raiders…Played in 12 games with four starts for the Silver and Black…Earned All- American honors in 1959 as a collegiate lineman at USC…Selected by the Baltimore Colts as the 10thoverall pick in the 1960 NFL Draft…Also chosen in the first round of the 1960 AFL Draft by the Boston Patriots…Named to the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 1980.
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