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  • Thu., Sep. 10, 2015 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM PDT 2015 NFL Season Kicks Off

    The NFL officially kicks off the 2015 regular season.

  • Sat., Sep. 12, 2015 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT Raiders Back-toFootball 5K

    The 3rd Annual Raiders Back to Football 5k and Kids Run will take place on September 12, 2015, at 9 a.m. at O.co Coliseum.

    5k runners will receive:

        •    Ticket to a Raiders Home Game
        •    Shirt
        •    A commemorative finisher’s item

    Kids Fun Run participants will receive:

        •    Shirt courtesy of Raider Image
        •    A commemorative finisher’s item

    After the race, stick around and enjoy live music, food from some local food trucks, samples from vendors and a chance to take a picture with the Super Bowl Trophies.

    Click here to register!


Tim Brown Inducted into BASHOF

Posted May 24, 2013

Raiders Legend WR Tim Brown was inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.

Tim Brown's BASHOF plaque.

Raiders Legend WR Tim Brown was inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (BASHOF) in a ceremony yesterday evening. Brown joins Raiders Super Bowl-winning head coach Tom Flores, who was inducted last year, Fred Biletnikoff, George Blanda, Willie Brown, Dave Casper, Al Davis, Ray Guy, Ted Hendricks, Ronnie Lott, John Madden, Jim Otto, Jim Plunkett, Jerry Rice, Art Shell, and Ken Stabler in the BASHOF.

Raiders Legends and members of the Raiders organization were on hand to celebrate Brown’s induction, including Carol Davis, Marge Albo, GM Reggie McKenzie, Clem Daniels, Jim and Sally Otto, Virginia Madden, Willie Brown, Jim and Geri Plunkett, Cliff Branch, Raymond Chester, and Morris and Debbie Bradshaw.

Brown was presented by Pro Football Hall of Fame receiver Biletnikoff. “Watching Tim play for all those years was amazing,” said Biletnikoff. “I could never be so proud.”

Brown played 16 seasons for the Silver and Black after being selected by the Raiders in the 1st round (6th overall) of the 1988 draft. Brown set Raiders franchise records for receptions, receiving yards and punt return yards. When he retired, Brown had 14,934 receiving yards, 1,094 receptions, 100 touchdown catches, 3,320 punt return yards, 1,235 kickoff return yards and was voted to the Pro Bowl nine times.

His legendary career won over Raider Nation and earned him a spot in BASHOF. “I appreciate this honor; this is super special to me,” said Brown. “To the Raider organization here in full support, I say thank you. To Raider Nation, thanks again.”