Lyle Alzado, Oakland Raiders- He may have started out with the Cleveland Browns and went to the Denver Broncos, but he ended his career with honor as a Raider and won a Super Bowl ring.

Lyle Alzado

"Three Mile" Lyle Alzado, Oakland Raiders- He started out with the Denver Broncos and went to the Cleveland Browns, but he ended his career with with the Raiders and won a Super Bowl ring.

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff and quarterback Ken Stabler on the sideline waiting for the defense to get the ball back. 1977 photo by Ron Riesterer

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff and quarterback Ken Stabler on the sideline waiting for the defense to get the ball back. 1977 photo by Ron Riesterer

Ted Hendricks (The Mad Stork)- Oakland Raiders Hall of Fame and OMG the stories I can tell of being with this amazing guy from my hometown. Ted we all love you .

Ted Hendricks (The Mad Stork)- Oakland Raiders Hall of Fame and OMG the stories I can tell of being with this amazing guy from my hometown. Ted we all love you .

Oakland Raiders Offense / Defense Spinner Pin

Oakland Raiders Offense / Defense Spinner Pin

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Jack Tatum dies: Former Oakland Raiders defender was 61

Tatum, a defensive back for the Raiders whose bone-jarring tackles earned him the nickname "the Assassin," died July 2010 at a hospital in Oakland, Calif.

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Oakland Raiders defensive end Bubba Smith during the Raiders 1710 victory over the San Diego Chargers on November 17 1974 at the OaklandAlameda...

Oakland Raiders defensive end Bubba Smith during the Raiders 1710 victory over the San Diego Chargers on November 17 1974 at the OaklandAlameda.

John Matuszak Oakland Raiders | John Matuszak Oakland Raiders Vintage 8x10 Photo | eBay

JOHN MATUSZAK OAKLAND RAIDERS VINTAGE 8x10 PHOTO

Cliff Branch and Fred Biletnikoff of the Oakland Raiders, 1977.

Classic Photos of the Oakland Raiders

The Raider Nation is known for its "black hole", a specific section of the McAfee Coliseum (Sections  104, 105, 106, and 107) frequented by the rowdiest and most fervent fans. No surprise at the fans "outlaw" costumes when the team's 70-80's players included  "The Assassin” (Jack Tatum), “Doctor Death” (Skip Thomas), "Snake" (Ken Stabler) and “The Mad Stork” (Ted Hendricks). (Chuck Noll, former Steeler's coach once described the Raider defensive backs as a "criminal element.")

Go see my Raiders live in The Black Hole section! And get my attire ready of course!

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