Another day closer to the Raiders 2015 season means another number. And it also means another legendary Raider. Number 75. A day after detailing one career Raider great on the offensive line - Steve Wisniewski - we move to the other side for a career Raider great pass rusher. One who has some pretty strong NFL bloodlines of his own.
Who wore it best: DE Howie Long
Howard Michael Long was drafted by the Raiders in the 2nd round in 1981, the year after the Raiders had won their second Super Bowl. In his third season with the team, he would be a major factor in the team getting their third ring in franchise history. That season was his first as a fulltime starter and he named to his first Pro Bowl with 13.0 sacks. And he followed that up with two seasons being named All Pro.
In total he went to 8 Pro Bowls in his 13-year NFL career, including his final two seasons at the age of 32 and 33. He was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2000 in his second year of eligibility. He has also been a long time studio analyst on the Fox NFL gameday crew.
Who's wearing it now: DE Shelby Harris
In last year's draft, the Raiders took a flier in the seventh round on the oft troubled pass rusher. He didn't make the regular season roster out of camp and was placed on the practice squad, later called up for one game last season. He will try again to make the roster this season and it could be his last chance. Teams like to hold onto their drafted rookies initially, but he's not a rookie anymore, so he must show his potential now.