Players, Coaches, and Raiders Legends Attend Jack Del Rio Foundation Bocce Ball Tournament

The bye week is the perfect time for a little rest and relaxation… and a little bocce.

After months of planning, the Jack Del Rio Foundation presented its first bocce ball tournament Tuesday, which was held at Camp di Bocce in Fremont, Calif.

The event featured 32 teams, several of which were not only Raiders players and coaches, but people from around the football world, including current NFL Network analyst, and former NFL head coach, Steve Mariucci.

Mariucci wasn't the only former head coach in the building, as Hall of Famer John Madden also stopped by to enjoy the afternoon, and support the foundation's cause.

In addition to Mariucci and Madden, celebrity chef – and noted supporter of the Silver and Black – Guy Fieri was also in the house.

It was a fun day, filled with good time for a great cause; check out some of the best images from the event, below.

Check out photos from the first annual Jack Del Rio Foundation Bocce Ball Tournament.

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