Guy was a first-team All-American selection in 1972 as a senior for the Southern Miss Golden Eagles, and was the first pure punter ever to be drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft, when the Oakland Raiders selected him with the 23rd overall pick in 1973.  He won three Super Bowls with the Raiders.
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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. The best of the best.
CNN — Pro Football Hall of Fame punter Ray Guy has died at the age of 72, the National Football League and the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Thursday. According to his alma mater the...
Ray Guy, the greatest punter in the history of professional football, died Thursday following a lengthy illness, his alma mater, Southern Mississippi, announced. He was 72.
The Associated Press HATTIESBURG, Miss. -- 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 of the NFL draft, said he died following a lengthy illness.
Ray Guy, arguably the greatest punter in NFL history, has died at 72 years old. According to his alma mater, Southern Mississippi, Guy’s death followed a lengthy illness. Guy, the only punter...
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.
William Ray Guy Position 6-3 , 195lb (190cm, 88kg) Born: December 22 in Swainsboro, GA More bio, uniform, draft, salary info Hall of Fame 7x Pro Bowl 3x All-Pro 3x SB Champ HOF All-1970s Team 8 SUMMARY Career G 207 AV 44 Pnt 1049 Yds 44493 Lng 77 Ray Guy Overview Game Logs Career Postseason 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983
Ray Guy, a Hall of Fame punter who won three Super Bowls with the Raiders (first in Oakland, then in Los Angeles) during his career, has died, his alma mater, the University of Southern...
Ray Guy Number: 8 Position: P Years: 1973-86 School: Southern Miss The first player to wear this number wore it best. The incomparable Ray Guy punted 1,049 times during his illustrious career...