Oakland Raiders: The Franchise’s All Time Starting Team

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Jan 9, 2015; Dallas, TX, USA; Lincoln Kennedy speaks at a press conference at Renaissance Dallas Hotel. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Right TackleLincoln Kennedy

Originally drafted by the Atlanta Falcons out of the University of Washington in 1993, Kennedy spent a year playing out of position as a guard before losing his job. He was traded to the Raiders after a less than stellar 1995 season in Atlanta.

And once in Oakland, he was moved back to his natural position and held down the right tackle spot for seven seasons. During his time in Silver and Black, Kennedy was voted into three Pro Bowls, was an All Pro twice, and was the anchor of the Raiders’ line during their Super Bowl run in 2002.

The move back to his natural position, the position he was dominant in back in college allowed Kennedy to blossom and become one of Oakland’s best lineman.

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