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1. Ron Mix

Position: T
Seasons: 1971
Inducted: 1979

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Ronald Jack Mix popularly known as Ron Mix was born on March 10, 1938. He is a retired American football player. The offensive tackle is a member of the American football league’s All-time team and was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in 1979.


2. Jim Otto

Positions: C
Seasons:  1960 – 1974
Inducted: 1980

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Jim Otto was born James Edwin Otto on January 5, 1938. He is a former professional American footballer who was the centerpiece of the Oakland Raiders Football team of the American Federation for 15 seasons. He was inducted in 1980.


3. George Blanda

Position: QB/K

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George Fredrick Blanda nicknamed The Grand Old man was born on 17th September 1927 and died at the age of 83. George was the only payer to have played 26 seasons in the history of American football. He was the oldest person to play in an NFL game.


4. Willie Brown

Position: CB
1967 – 1978

William Ferdie Brown was an American professional football player, coach, and executive. He played as a cornerback for the Denver Broncos and the Oakland Raiders in the National football league.


5. Gene Upshaw

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Position: G
1967- 1982

Eugene Thurman Upshaw Jr. known as Gene Upshaw was born on August 15, 1945, in Robstown Texas, and died August 20, 2008. He was a Hall offensive lineman for the Oakland Raiders of the National Football League.


6. Fred Biletnikoff

Position: WR
1965- 1978

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Fred Biletnikoff was born February 23, 1943, in Erie, Pennsylvania, the USA  as Frederick Biletnikoff. He was an all-pro wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders in the ’70s and ’80s and set numerous records, including most successive games with a catch, which stood for years.


7. Art Shell

Position: T
Seasons: 1968 – 1982
Inducted: 1989

Football player and coach Arthur Lee Shell is well known as Art Shell was born on November 26, 1946, in Charleston, South Carolin to Art. Shell Sr. and Gertrude Shell.

Art Shell is an offensive tackle and two-time former coach of the Oakland raiders.


8. Ted Hendriks

Position: LB
Season: 1975 – 1983
Inducted: 1990

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Ted Hendricks was born on November 1, 1947, in Guatemala. H was inducted into the Pro football hall of fame in 1990. He played linebacker.


9.  Al Davis

Position: Owner
Season: 1963 -2011
Inducted: 1992

Al Davis is the only person to have served pro football in varied capacities such as being a  player, personal assistant, assistant coach, head coach, general manager, league commissioner, principal owner, and chief executive officer of the national football league team.


10. Mike Haynes

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Position: CB
Season: 1983-1989
Inducted: 1997

Michael James Haynes is an American former professional football player who was a cornerback in the National Football League for the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Raiders. He used his speed, quickness, and range to become both a premier defensive back and an outstanding punt return specialist.


11. Eric Dickerson

Position: RB
Seasons: 1992
Inducted: 1999

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Eric Demetric Dickerson was born on September 2, 1960, at Sealy in Texas. American professional gridded football player who was one of the leading running backs in National Football League history.


12. Howie Long

Position: D
1981 -1993
Inducted: 2000

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Howard Matthew Moses Long is a former American football defensive end, actor, and sports analyst. He played in the National Football League for 13 seasons and spent his entire career with the Raiders franchise in Oakland and Los Angeles.


13. Ronnie Lott

Positions: S
Seasons: 1991- 1992
Inducted: 2000

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Ronald Mandel Lott well known as Ronnie Lott is an American former professional football player who was a cornerback, free safety, and strong safety in the National Football League for 14 seasons during the 1980s and 1990s. Lott played college football for the University of Southern California and was honored as a consensus All-American.


14. Dave Casper

Positions: TE
1974 – 1984

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David John Casper (born February 2, 1952) nicknamed “the Ghost”, is an American former football player best known for being a prominent member of the Oakland Raiders in the National Football League (NFL). He was a tight end and also played as an offensive lineman.


15. Marcus Allen

Positions: RB
Seasons: 1982 – 1992
Inducted: 2003

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Marcus LeMarr Allen is a former American football running back and analyst who played in the National Football League for 16 seasons, primarily with the Los Angeles Raiders.


16. James Lofton

Position: WR
Seasons: 1987- 1988
Inducted:  2003

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James David Lofton is an American former professional football player and coach. He is the coach for the San Diago chargers but is best known for his years in the National Football League.


17. Bob Brown

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Position: T
Season: 1971 – 1973
Inducted: 2004


18. John Madden

Position: Head Coach
Season: 1969 – 1978
Inducted: 2006

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John Earl Madden is an American former football coach and sportscaster. He won Super Bowl XI as head coach of the Oakland Raiders over his hometown Minnesota Vikings, and after retiring from coaching became a well-known color commentator for NFL telecasts.


19. Rod Woodson

Position: S
Season: 2002 -2003
Inducted: 2009

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Roderick Kevin Woodson is an American former professional football player in the national football league for 17 seasons.


20. Jerry Rice

Position: WR
Season: 2001 – 2004
Inducted: 2010


Jerry Rice is a sporting legend born on October 13, 1962. He has 10 years stint with the Pittsburgh steelers. Jerry was a player in the National Football League for 17 seasons.

21. Warren Sapp

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Warren Carlos Sapp is a former American football defensive tackle who played in the National Football League for 13 seasons, primarily with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.


22. Ray Guy

Position: P
Seasons: 1973 – 1986
Inducted: 2014

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William Ray Guy is an American former professional football player who was a punter for the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders of the National Football League.


23. Tim Brown

Position: WR
Seasons: 1988 – 2003
Inducted: 2015

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Timothy Donell Brown is an American former professional football player who was a wide receiver in the National Football League. He played college football for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, where he won the Heisman Trophy.


24. Ron Wolf

Position: Executive
Seasons: 1963 – 1989
Inducted: 2015

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Ronald Wolf is the former American football general manager of the National Football League’s Green Bay Packers. Wolf is widely credited with bringing success to a Packers franchise that had rarely won during the two decades prior to Wolf joining the organization.


25. Ken Stabler

Position:  QB
Seasons: 1970 – 1979
Inducted: 2016

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Kenneth Michael Stabler, nicknamed “Snake”, was an American football quarterback who played in the National Football League for 17 seasons, primarily with the Oakland Raiders. He played college football at Alabama and was selected by the Raiders in the second round of the 1968 NFL Draft.


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