Former Oakland Raiders Tackle Henry Lawrence Honors Al Davis

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Former Raiders Tackle Henry Lawrence

The Oakland Raiders endured a tough loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, losing 26-10. The game wasn't loaded with very many highlights, but one highlight came prior to kickoff. Former Raiders tackle Henry Lawrence was in attendance at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum to light the memorial Al Davis torch.

Lawrence was a member of the Silver and Black from 1974 to 1986, serving his entire career as a part of the organization. Over the course of his 13-year career, he recovered nine fumbles and earned three Super Bowl rings while on the team.

The former right tackle also took the time to speak with Raiders sideline reporter Lincoln Kennedy in front of Raider Nation about honoring Davis.

Here are the other Torch features from the 2016 season:

Preseason Week 3 - George Buehler

Preseason Week 4 - Oakland Police Department

Week 2 - Pete Banaszak

Week 5 - Mark van Eeghen

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