Raiders in the Hall of Fame 54 Gameday MAGAZINE Ted Hendricks LB, MIAMI (FLA.), 15 YEARS, JOINED RAIDERS: FREE AGENT, 1975 INDUCTED INTO PRO FOOT BAL HALL OF FAME : AUGUST 4, 1990 Played in every game during his 15 NFL seasons, including nine with Silver and Black...Played in 131 consecutive league games with Raiders, 215 in career, most by any linebacker in NFL history... Member of all three Raider teams that won the World Championship of Professional Football (1976, 1980 and 1983 teams)...Intercepted 26 passes for 332 yards and one touchdown while recovering 16 opponents fumbles...Shares NFL record for most safeties in pro career with four... Also shares postseason NFL record for most opponent’s fumbles recovered in career with four... Scored three touchdowns in career—on fumble recovery, interception return and return of blocked punt...Named All-AFC seven times, All-NFC once and played in eight AFC-NFC Pro Bowls...Second round pick in the 1969 Draft by Baltimore Colts... Was a member of Baltimore’s Super Bowl V Championship team... Played for Colts before being traded to Green Bay in 1974, then joined Raiders as free agent in 1975... Three-time All-America linebacker/defensive end at the University of Miami...Named to the NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time team in 1994. Al Davis SCOUT, ASST. COACH, HEAD COACH, LEAGUE COMMISSIONER, OWNER; JOINED RAIDERS: 1963 INDUCTED INTO PRO FOOT BAL HALL OF FAME : AUGUST 1, 1992 Went from assistant coach of the San Diego (then Los Angeles) Chargers, to head coach and general manager of the Raiders, to Commissioner of the American Football League and to principal owner and chief executive officer of the Raiders, after transforming the failing franchise into pro football’s winningest team...In first season in Oakland, team went 10-4 in 1963 with Davis being named Coach of the Year by AP, UPI, Sports Illustrated, Sporting News and his fellow coaches...Became the first sports figure ever honored by the Chamber of Commerce as Oakland’s Young Man of the Year...In 1966, became Commissioner of the AFL at 36 and was acclaimed nationally as the driving force who brought on the historic merger between the NFL and AFL...He played a vital role in the development of the game as a participant in the prestigious NFL Competition Committee and the NFL Owners Executive Committee...Has been chosen by a record nine Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees to present them at the Canton, Ohio, ceremony—Lance Alworth, Jim Otto, George Blanda, Willie Brown, Gene Upshaw, Fred Biletnikoff, Art Shell, Ted Hendricks and John Madden...Became the first recipient of the NFL Players Association’s Retired Players Award of Excellence “for his contributions to the men who played the game” in 1991...As a member of the Executive Committee of the NFL Management Council, Davis was a major factor in achieving a collective bargaining agreement with the players...Was offensive end coach of the Los Angeles Chargers from 1960-62, before being named Raiders head coach/ general manager at age 33...He attended Wittenberg College and Syracuse, earning a degree in English while playing football, basketball and baseball in 1950...Named line coach at Adelphi College in New York...His innovative technical football articles published in the leading coaching magazines gained him wide acclaim...Went into the U.S. Army, being assigned as head football coach at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia...There he molded a national power service team and capped one season by defeating Maryland, the national collegiate football champions, in a squad game...On the staff of the Baltimore Colts in 1954, at age 24, concentrating on player personnel...During 1955-56, served as line coach and chief recruiter at The Citadel...Then spent three years at USC as line coach and in 1959, was also defensive coordinator. Mike Haynes CB, ARIZONA STATE, 14 YEARS, JOINED RAIDERS: TRADE, NEW ENGLAND, 1983 INDUCTED INTO PRO FOOT BAL HALL OF FAME : JULY 26, 1997 Made nine Pro Bowl appearances in pro career...Credited with 46 career interceptions while playing with the Raiders and New England... Totaled 688 yards in interception returns and returned two interceptions for touchdowns in pro career...Tied for Raiders lead with three interceptions in 1988...Played in 43 consecutive games with Raiders before missing action in mid-season in 1986...Led league in return yards in 1984 with 220 yards on six interception returns, including single longest interception return of 97 yards at Miami...Had 13 career interceptions as a Raider...Joined Raiders in mid-season 1983, played in final five league games plus three playoff wins...Had interception as Raiders downed Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII...Came to Raiders in trade with New England...Played out option with Patriots in 1982, completing seven seasons with New England...Made 58 consecutive starts with Patriots from 1976-79...Patriots’ top interceptor from 1976-78...New England’s all-time punt return leader with 1,159 yards on 111 returns, a 10.4-yard average...Had two punt return touchdowns as rookie in 1976, with runs of 89 and 62 yards...Also blocked and returned a field goal attempt for a 65-yard touchdown in 1980...Fifth player and first defensive back taken in 1976 Draft by New England...AFC Rookie of Year...All-Pro in 1978, 1982, 1984 and 1985 and All-Conference eight times...Named to NFL All-Time Team...All- America defensive back as junior and senior at Arizona State...Named MVP in 1976 Japan Bowl and 1973 Fiesta Bowl...Two-year letterman in track, winning conference long jump title one year and runner-up the other...Has served as the NFL’s Vice President of Player and Employee Development.
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