Raiders in the Hall of Fame 60 Gameday MAGAZINE Jerry Rice WR, MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE, 20 YEARS, JOINED RAIDERS: FREE AGENT, 2001 INDUCTED INTO PRO FOT BAL HALL OF FAME : AUGUST 7, 2010 Inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 7, 2010…Played 20 NFL seasons, including four with the Oakland Raiders…Retired from professional football holding nearly every NFL career receiving record… Selected to play in 13 Pro Bowls…Named first team All-Pro 10 times…Played with the Raiders from 2001-04, helping lead Oakland to two playoff berths, an AFC title and an appearance in Super Bowl XXXVII…Played in 303 games with 284 starts in 20 seasons with San Francisco, Oakland and Seattle…Owner of 38 NFL career records at the time of his retirement…Set the all-time record for receptions (1,549), receiving yards (22,895), touchdown receptions (197), yards from scrimmage (23,540), all-purpose yards (23,546), combined rushing and receiving touchdowns (207) and total touchdowns (208)…Set single-season NFL records in receiving yards (1,848) and touchdown receptions (22)…Also set NFL marks with at least 50 receptions in 17 seasons, 1,000 receiving yards in 14 seasons, 76 games with at least 100 receiving yards, 13 consecutive games with at least one touchdown reception and 274 consecutive games with a reception…Named MVP of Super Bowl XXIII…Established career Super Bowl records in receptions (33), receiving yards (589), all-purpose yards (604) and touchdown receptions (eight)…Also set single-game Super Bowl records in receptions (11), receiving yards (215) and touchdowns (three, twice)…Played in an NFL-record 29 playoff games...Set NFL postseason records in receptions (151), receiving touchdowns (22), receiving yards (2,245), eight games with at least 100 receiving yards and 28 consecutive playoff games with at least one reception…Named AP Offensive Player of the Year in 1987 and 1993…Tabbed for PFWA MVP honors in 1987…The MVP of the 1995 Pro Bowl…Garnered 1985 UPI N FC Rookie of the Year honors…Named to the NFL All-Decade Team for both the 1980s and 1990s… One of five active players to be named to the NFL’s 75th Anniversary Team in 1994…An All-American receiver at Mississippi Valley State. Warren Sapp DL, MIAMI, 13 Years, JOINED RAIDERS: FREE AGENT, 2004 INDUCTED INTO PRO FOOT BAL HALL OF FAME : AUGUST 3, 2013 Inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 3, 2013…Played 13 NFL seasons, including his final four years with Oakland…Saw action in 198 career games with 188 starts with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Raiders…Totaled 96.5 career sacks, the second most by an interior lineman in NFL history…Named All- Pro four times…Selected to seven straight Pro Bowls from 1997-2003…Part of two NFL All-Decade Teams (1990s and 2000s)…Named NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1999 after posting 12.5 sacks and four forced fumbles…Set a Tampa Bay franchise record with 16.5 sacks in 2000…Played in nine postseason contests with the Buccaneers, including Super Bowl XXXVII vs. Oakland…Played for the Silver and Black from 2004-07…Started all 58 games in which he appeared for Oakland…Totaled 19.5 sacks, one interception, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries with the Raiders…Recorded 10 sacks in 2006…Played three years at Miami (Fla.)…Recipient of the 1994 Lombardi Award, presented annually to the nation’s top linebacker/lineman…A first-team All-American selection as a junior…Named Big East Conference Defensive Player of the Year…Selected by the Buccaneers as the 12th overall pick in the 1995 NFL Draft. Ray Guy P, Southern Misisipi, 14 years, Joined Raiders: First Round Draft Choice, 1973 Inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame: August 2, 2014 First pure punter ever elected to the Hall of Fame…Largely revolutionized the position with his booming kicks, introducing the term “hang time” into the modern-day football lexicon and helping pioneer directional punting…Became the first punter selected in the first round of the NFL Draft when the Silver and Black chose him 23rd overall in 1973…Punted 14 seasons for the Raiders…Played in 207 consecutive games, finishing career ranked third on the team’s all-time participation list…Punted 1,049 times for 44,493 yards, averaging 42.4 yards per effort…Also placed 209 punts inside the 20-yard line and had only three punts blocked…Averaged more than 40 yards per punt in 13 of 14 seasons…Named as the punter for the NFL’s 75th Anniversary Team in 1994 and selected to the NFL’s All-Decade Team for the 1970s…Played in seven Pro Bowls (1973-78, 80) and was named first-team All-Pro six times (1973-78)…Also named second-team All-Pro twice (1979-80)…Posted a career-high 45.3-yard punting average on 69 punts as a rookie in 1973… Led the NFL in punting average three times; 1974 (42.2 avg.), 1975 (43.8 avg.) and 1977 (43.3 avg.)…Also finished second in the NFL in punting three times (1973, 78, 81)…Played on three Super Bowl champion Raider teams, helping the Silver and Black win NFL titles in Super Bowls XI, XV and XVIII…Played in 22 postseason games, averaging 42.2 yards on 111 punts…Had a career-long 77-yard punt against Denver in 1977…Finished his pro career with 619 straight punts without a block…An All-American at Southern Mississippi, averaged 44.7 yards on 200 punts…Also played kicker and safety, recording 18 interceptions in three seasons…Namesake for the Ray Guy Award, presented annually by the Greater Augusta Sports Council to the nation’s top collegiate punter.
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