Mike Haynes Lights Al Davis Memorial Torch

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After defeating the Denver Broncos last week 21-14, the Oakland Raiders were back at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum once again in Week 13, this time to host the New York Giants.

Prior to kickoff, the Raiders lit the Al Davis Memorial Torch, as is tradition, to honor his Commitment to Excellence. In attendance to do the lighting was former Raiders cornerback Mike Haynes. The Denison, Texas-native wore the Silver and Black for seven years, totaling 18 interceptions, one touchdown, three fumble recoveries, and one sack during his tenure, he was also a nine-time Pro Bowler and Super Bowl champion.

Take a look at him lighting the torch below:

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