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Ray Guy to receive Hall of Fame ring at halftime Thursday vs Chiefs

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Thursday night when the Raiders face the Chiefs in Prime time at Coliseum in Oakland, a man who made life a bit more difficult for the Chiefs and the other AFC West rivals twice a season will get a prime time moment of his own. During half time, the recent Hall of Fame inductee will receive his Hall of Fame ring.

Guy will be joined for this honor along with several Hall of Fame Raiders. The ceremony will feature a special video and the presentation of Guy's Hall of Fame ring.

Ray Guy was chosen by the Raiders in the first round as the league's first ever pure punter. He spent his entire 14-season, 207-game career with the Raiders. During that time, Guy led the NFL in punting in 1974, 1975, and 1977 and finished second three other times and third once. He played in seven Pro Bowls and was named All-Pro six times and All-AFC seven times.