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2015 Oakland Raiders GameDay B

Raiders in the Hall of Fame 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 runnerup the other...Has served as the NFL’s Vice President of Player and Employee Development. Eric Dickerson RB, SOUTHERN METHODIST, 11 YEARS, JOINED RAIDERS: TRADE, INDIANAPOLIS, 1992 INDUCTED INTO  PRO FOOT BAL HALL OF FAME : AUGUST 7, 1999 Played 11 National Football League seasons and made six Pro Bowl appearances in pro career... Began NFL career as first-round pick, second selection overall, by Los Angeles Rams in 1983... Also played for Indianapolis Colts (1987-91); Raiders (1992) and Atlanta Falcons (1993)...Led Raiders in rushing in 1992 with 729 yards...Played 11 seasons, 146 games... All-America, one of the best college runners in NCAA history... Rushed for 4,450 yards in four seasons at SMU... Holds NFL rookie-season records for most rushing attempts—390; most yards rushing—1,808; most touchdowns rushing—18...Set NFL records for rushing yards—2,105; 100-yard rushing performances— 12; and combined yards from scrimmage—2,244 in 1984...Retired with the second-highest career rushing yardage total in NFL history—13,259... Gained a playoff record 248 yards rushing in 1985 NFC Divisional Playoff Game...In 1987, traded from Rams to Colts in blockbuster deal that also involved the Bills...Recorded a then-record seven consecutive seasons with 1,000 yards rushing... Named NFL Player of the Year, 1984; NFL Offensive Player of the Year, 1986...All-Pro 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987 and 1988...All-NFC 1983, 1984 and 1986... All-AFC 1987 and 1988...Born in Sealy, Texas...Was a sportscaster for ABC on Monday Night Football. Howie Long DE-DT, VILLANOVA, 13 YEARS, JOINED RAIDERS: 2ND ROUND DRAFT CHOICE, 1981 INDUCTED INTO  PRO FOOT BAL HALL OF FAME : JULY 29, 2000 Played 13 National Football League seasons, all with the Raiders and made eight Pro Bowl appearances in pro career...Moved into starting role with the Raiders beginning in the fifth game of the strike-shortened 1982 season...Just the second Raider defensive lineman to make a Pro Bowl...First- or second-team All-Pro choice in 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 and 1989, was also named All-AFC four times...In 1985, posted 10 sacks, with at least one in eight games and was selected as Raider Lineman’s Club Defensive Lineman of the Year by his teammates...Although he missed much of the 1988 season due to injury, he still managed to record three sacks and intercept the first pass of his career, which he returned 73 yards in a game against Houston... Member of the NFL’s All-Decade team of the 1980s, recorded 84 career sacks, not including 7.5 sacks in 1981 before the sack was an official NFL stat...Raiders second-round pick in 1981 NFL Draft and the 48th player selected overall... Four-year letterman at Villanova and MVP in the 1980 Blue-Gray Game...Has served as studio host for NFL pregame show on FOX. Gameday MAGAZINE 53


2015 Oakland Raiders GameDay B
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