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Jack Tatum, Oakland Raiders This is the way he looked when he was happy before Ronnie Lott the most intimidating Safety the NFL saw unfortunately the paralyzing of Darryl Stingley in a pre-season game gave an unflattering depiction of him he was not a dirty player he just would hope to make snot bubbles when he hit you

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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...

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from washingtonpost.com

Jack Tatum dies: Former Oakland Raiders defender was 61

oakland raiders stadium | Oakland Raiders defensive back Jack Tatum during his team's 20-7 ...

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from Bleacher Report

25 Greatest Raiders Ever

#83 Ben Davidson, Oakland Raiders--USED TO WRENCH THE HEAD A LITTLE...JUST TO MAKE SURE IT WAS NOT LOOSE OR SOMETHING...HE DID NOT WANT IT TO FALL OFF DURING THE GAME...SAFETY TIP #2 FOR BEN

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Defensive End Ben Davidson, Oakland Raiders. More Old School Greatness. He passed away in 2012 after a battle with prostate cancer. I was fortunate enough to meet him before he passes away.

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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.")

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