We reach the final number in the 70s in our countdown. And with that we have somewhat of an unsung member of the Raiders' legendary offensive line of the 70s. The years, that is, not the number.
Who wore it best: OT Henry Lawrence (1974-86)
The final piece to that legendary Raider offensive line. He replaced John Vella in 1977 as the team's starting right tackle and held down that spot for 10 years. He was on all three Super Bowl teams, and was a starter for the final two of them.
The two-time Pro Bowler was a first round pick by the Raiders in 1974 and spent his entire 13-year career with the team.
Lawrence had a singing voice as well and performed the National Anthem for a preseason game in 1987 between the Raiders and Cowboys.
Who's wearing it now: OG Tony Bergstrom
The very first draft pick of the new regime. He was chosen with the third round compensatory pick the team received when Nnamdi Asomugha was allowed to leave as a free agent. The team didn't have a pick prior to that because they traded them all away. Bergstrom was chosen as he was widely considered the best zone blocking guard in the draft and Dennis Allen was dead set on playing zone.
The zone blocking experiment lasted one season before the Raiders ditched it, Bergstrom has never been able to catch on and earn a starting. He spent most of last season inactive on game day. This offseason he has been working at guard and at center, hoping to find a niche on the team as a versatile backup. There is an opening for a backup center, but it's a long shot. He's on the outside of the bubble looking in right now.