Dave Casper

Dave Casper

Nicknamed “The Ghost” after the cartoon character, Dave Casper played seven seasons for the Oakland Raiders. He established himself as one of the NFL’s most dangerous receivers while playing tight end, a blocking position in most offenses. Although Casper was a fine...read more
Roger Craig

Roger Craig

Renowned for his high-knee-action running style, Roger Craig became the first player ever to score three touchdowns in the Super Bowl during the 49ers’ 38-16 win over the Miami Dolphins in XIX.  The next season (1985), he became the first player in NFL history to both...read more
Ray Guy

Ray Guy

Ray Guy was one of the greatest punters in NFL history. Coming from the University of Southern Mississippi, in 1973, he was the first pure punter ever selected in the first round of the NFL draft by the Oakland Raiders. Only once in his 14 years as a Raider did he...read more
Burl Toler Sr.

Burl Toler Sr.

Burt Toler was the rock-solid center and linebacker on the now justly celebrated University of San Francisco team of 1951, which finished undefeated, untied, and uninvited to a post-season bowl game, mainly because two of its great stars, Toler and Ollie Matson, were...read more
Jerry Rice

Jerry Rice

Justifiably acclaimed as the greatest pass receiver in football history, Jerry Rice held at the time of his retirement twelve NFL regular season, seven post-season and nine Super Bowl records.  He left the game as the all-time leader in receptions (1549), receiving...read more
Ted Hendricks

Ted Hendricks

Ted Hendricks played nine seasons for the Raiders, revolutionizing the linebacker position in the 1970s and 1980s by operating both behind the line in run and pass coverage and as a pass rusher from what would ordinarily be a defensive end position. Unusually tall at...read more