Raiders in the Hall of Fame 58 Gameday MAGAZINE Bob Brown T, NEBRASKA, 10 YEARS, JOINED RAIDERS: TRADE, 1971 INDUCTED INTO PRO FOOT BAL HALL OF FAME : AUGUST 8, 2004 Named to the NFL’s All-Decade team of the 1960s...Named All-NFL seven of his 10 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles (1964-68), Los Angeles Rams (1969-70), and Oakland Raiders (1971-73)... Two of the three years he did not make the All-NFL team, he was named second-team All-NFL...Named the NFL/NFC offensive lineman of the year three times and chosen to play in six Pro Bowls—three with the Eagles, two with the Rams, and one final time with the Raiders...Traded to Rams in 1969 after five consecutive all-league seasons with the Eagles...That year, the Rams offensive line set an NFL record for protecting the passer...Second overall selection by Philadelphia Eagles in 1964 Draft...Traded to Raiders following two seasons with Rams and finished stellar career with Silver and Black...Voted college football’s Lineman of the Year in 1963 by the Washington, D.C. Touchdown Club... All-America guard at Nebraska...Drafted in the first round in 1964 by both the National Football League’s Eagles and the Denver Broncos of the then-rival American Football League. John Madden HEAD COACH/ASSISTANT COACH, JOINED RAIDERS: 1967 INDUCTED INTO PRO FOOT BAL HALL OF FAME : AUGUST 5, 2006 Assistant Coach with Allan Hancock College, 1960-61; Head Coach with Allan Hancock College, 1962- 63; Assistant Coach with San Diego State, 1964-66; Assistant Coach with The Oakland Raiders, 1967- 68; Head Coach with the Raiders, 1969-78...Regular season record: 103-32-7... Postseason record: 9-7...Overall record: 112-39-7... His .759 winning percentage during regular season ranks highest among coaches with 100 career victories...One of the youngest head coaches in history when Raiders hired him in 1969 at age 32...AFL Coach of the Year, 1969...Under Madden, Oakland never suffered losing record... Led Raiders to Super Bowl XI...Team won 17 straight games between 1976-77 seasons, one short of NFL record at the time...A leading pro football analyst for NBC after also holding the same position for ABC’s “Monday Night Football,” Fox and CBS…Retired from broadcasting following the 2008 season. Rod Woodson DB, PURDUE, 17 YEARS, JOINED RAIDERS: FREE AGENT, 2002 INDUCTED INTO PRO FOOT BAL HALL OF FAME : AUGUST 8, 2009 Finished career with the Raiders from 2002-03, leading Oakland to the AFC title and appearance in Super Bowl XXXVII…Played in 238 games with 229 starts in 17 seasons with Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Baltimore and Oakland…Had 71 interceptions for an NFL-record 1,483 career return yards… Also collected 2,362 yards on punt returns…Scored 17 career touchdowns…Holds NFL record with 12 interception returns for touchdowns…A six-time first team All-Pro choice (1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 2002)…One of five active players named to the NFL’s 75th anniversary team in 1994…Named to the NFL all-decade team for the 1990s…Named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1993…Earned All-Pro honors as a cornerback, kick returner and safety…Selected to play in 11 Pro Bowls…Played in three Super Bowls with three different teams, including Super Bowl XXX with the Steelers, Super Bowl XXXV with the Ravens and Super Bowl XXXVII with the Raiders…An All-American cornerback at Purdue…Was the 10th overall pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1987 NFL Draft...Returned to Raiders as an assistant coach in 2011, tutoring defensive backs.
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