Next up in our countdown is number 68. The best to wear it was a starting tackle for the Raiders for a few years. But he began his career as the team's starting right guard which is exactly what the player currently wearing that number is hoping to do.
Who wore it best: OT/G Bruce Wilkerson (1987-94)
Chosen in the second round by the Los Angeles Raiders in the 1987 draft. He spent the first eight seasons of his career with the Raiders. In that time, he bounced around to various positions, first as the starting right guard, then right tackle for a coupe seasons, then left tackle for a couple seasons, and back to right tackle for two seasons. In total he appeared in 107 games for the Raiders with 89 starts
When he left LA, so did the Raiders. He joined the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 1995 as part of their inaugural team. He joined the Packers the following season and started in the Super Bowl, protecting for Brett Favre to help them win the Super Bowl over the Patriots. He was also on their Super Bowl team the following year.
Who's wearing it now: OG Jon Feliciano
Drafted in the fourth round this year out of Miami (FL), he is competing to win the starting right guard spot. That position was filled by Austin Howard last season, who has been moved back to right tackle.
The position is wide open at the moment, with plenty of opportunity for Feliciano to step up and take the job. That's what Gabe Jackson did last year after the Raiders chose him in the third round. Feliciano is currently lining up with the second team behind converted tackle J'Marcus Webb.