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  2. Ray Guy, first Pro Football Hall of Fame punter, dies at 72

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    Ray Guy was a football player who punted,” the late John Madden said in 2014 before he presented Guy for induction into the Hall of Fame. Guy was selected to the NFL's 75th anniversary team ...

  3. Ray Guy, first Pro Football Hall of Fame punter, dies at age 72

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    Ray Guy, the first punter to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died Thursday. He was 72. Southern Mississippi, where Guy starred before becoming the first punter ever taken in the first round...

  4. The legend of Ray Guy, from those who knew him best

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    Ray Guy punted 1,049 times during his career for 44,493 yards for an average of 42.5 yards per punt. He perfected the "coffin corner" punt and won three Super Bowls with the Silver and Black....

  5. Ray Guy - All-Time Roster - History | Raiders.com

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    Ray Guy, the first punter elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, gives his induction speech at the 2014 enshrinement ceremony. news Raiders Family mourns the passing of Ray Guy The...

  6. Ray Guy | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site - pfhof

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    Guy, who was born December 22, 1949, in Swainsboro, Georgia, was a collegiate All-America who averaged 44.7 yards on 200 punts. He doubled as a field goal kicker and once had a 61-yard field goal against Utah State. Guy also played safety and had 18 interceptions in three years.

  7. Ray Guy Valdez Wiki Biography Born William Ray Guy in the 22nd December 1949, in Swainsboro, Georgia USA, Ray is a retired American Football player who spent his entire career playing for the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, from 1973 to 1986, and with whom he won three Super Bowl rings.

  8. Why Ray Guy was the Greatest Punter in NFL History

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    Ray Guy played all 14 years as a pro with the Raiders. His accomplishments are so historic, the NCAA named the annual award for the best collegiate punter after him. It’s difficult to know which of his stats are most impressive: Guy led the NFL in punting average three times, and he was second twice.

  9. Reflecting on the Hall Of Fame Career of the Raiders Ray Guy

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    Reflecting on the Oakland Raiders NFL Hall of Fame legend Ray Guy's career. Tom LaMarre Jan 31, 2021 6:50 PM EST When Ray Guy was selected by the Oakland Raiders with the 23rd overall pick of...

  10. Raiders’ Ray Guy was the ultimate weapon | Las Vegas Review ...

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    Ray Guy, left, of Thomson, Ga., and graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, poses with Al Davis, Oakland Raiders owner, after Guy signed with Raiders in Chicago, July 27, 1973.

  11. Video shows Memphis police violently beating Tyre Nichols

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    Video released yesterday shows Memphis police officers brutally beating a 29-year-old black man shouting expletives and using pepper spray and a baton on him while he called out for his mother ...