QB Jim Plunkett played for both the Raiders and the 49ers, but enjoyed his greatest success in Silver and Black.
As the Oakland Raiders and the San Francisco 49ers gear up for the Battle of the Bay, this week's Top 10 list, presented by Verizon, takes a look at players and coaches who have suited up for both teams.
1. Jim Plunkett -Plunkett spent the 1976 and 1977 seasons playing for the 49ers, but from 1979 to 1986 he proudly wore the Silver and Black. During his career as a Raider, Plunkett threw for 12,664 yards, 80 touchdowns and won two Super Bowls.
2. Jerry Rice -Arguably the greatest wide receiver of all time, Rice was drafted by the 49ers in the first round of the 1985 draft. He spent the first 16 years of his career in San Francisco, but then became a Raider in 2001. He remained in Oakland through the 2003 season, and during his time in Silver and Black he caught 238 passes and 18 touchdowns.
3. Rod Woodson -After an impressive NFL career, Rod spent the final two years of his career (2002-03) wearing the Silver and Black. In 2002, he tied his career high with eight interceptions and then retired after the 2003 season. Woodson spent 1997 playing for the 49ers, where he intercepted three passes and forced a fumble.
4. Ronnie Lott -The Hall of Fame defensive back spent the first 10 years of his career playing for the 49ers, but in 1991 he joined the Oakland Raiders. Lott spent two seasons with Oakland before joining the New York Jets and retiring from the NFL in 1994.
5. Charlie Garner -Prior to joining the Raiders in 2001, Garner spent the 1999 and 2000 seasons with the San Francisco 49ers. During his three seasons with Oakland, Garner rushed for 2,354 yards and 11 touchdowns. He retired from football after the 2004 season.
6. Bill Walsh -The Hall of Fame coach began his coaching career with the Oakland Raiders as a Running Backs Coach in 1966, where the team went 8-5-1. Walsh later took the head coaching job with the 49ers in 1979 and coached the team through 1988, and then joined the front office in 1999.
7. Nnamdi Asomougha -After attending the University of California, Berkeley, the Raiders selected Asomougha with the 31st overall pick in the 2003 draft. He wore the Silver and Black through the 2010 season, and then finished his career with the San Francisco 49ers in 2013.
8. Bill Romanowski -Romanowski began his professional career with the 49ers in 1988 and played in San Francisco through 1993. After stops in Philadelphia and Denver, he finished his career with the Raiders, spending the final two years of his career (2002-03) in Oakland where he had six sacks and one interception.
9. Roger Craig -Craig spent the first eight years of his career (1983-90) playing for the 49ers, but then spent the 1991 season with the Silver and Black, where he rushed the ball 162 times for 590 yards and one touchdown. He then spent two years playing for the Vikings before retiring from football in 1993.
10. Randy Moss -Moss arrived in Oakland in 2005 after beginning his career in Minnesota, and during his two seasons as a Raider he caught 11 touchdowns and accounted for 1,558 receiving yards. After stops in New England, Tennessee and a brief return to Minnesota, Moss spent 2012 with the 49ers.
Jim Harbaugh -After wrapping up his playing career, Harbaugh began his coaching career in 2002 with the Raiders as the Quarterbacks Coach. He spent two seasons with the Raiders before taking the head coaching job at the University of San Diego in 2004. He now serves as the head coach for the San Francisco 49ers.
Cedrick Hardman - Hardman joined the Raiders after 10 years with the San Francisco 49ers. He played in 32 games, recovered two fumbles and returned one for a TD, and was a member of the Raiders Super Bowl XV championship team.
Barry Sims - Sims joined the Raiders as an undrafted free agent after spending time in NFL Europe. He played in 136 regular season games with 119 starts. He started at left tackle in Super Bowl XXXVII. Sims was part of an offensive unit that led the NFL in rushing in 2000 and total offense in 2002. He went on to play three years for the San Francisco 49ers.
Archie Reese - Reese joined the Raiders after four years with the San Francisco 49ers. He played in 19 games with one start and recorded one sack, and returned one fumble 75 yards for a touchdown.
Tom Rathman -After eight years with the 49ers, Rathman finished his career playing for the Raiders in 1994, where the team finished with a 9-7 record. The former RB/FB remained involved in football and currently serves as the Running Backs Coach for the 49ers.
Reggie McKenzie- The Raiders General Manager was drafted by the Los Angeles Raiders in the 1985 draft and spent four seasons (1985-88) wearing the Silver and Black. He then spent part of the 1992 season in San Francisco playing for the 49ers.
Jeremy Newberry -Jeremy Newberry was named to two Pro Bowls (2001-02) during his tenure in San Francisco, and then headed east to join the Raiders in 2007. The offensive lineman spent his final year in the NFL with the San Diego Chargers in 2008 and then retired.
Riki Ellison -Ellison was drafted by the 49ers in the fifth round of the 1983 draft. He spent the first six years of his career in San Francisco before joining the Raiders in 1990. Ellison spent three seasons with the Silver and Black, before retiring after the 1992 season.
Dave Waymer -After spending the first decade of his professional career in New Orleans, Waymer joined the 49ers in 1990. He spent two seasons in San Francisco before joining the Raiders for his final NFL season in 1992.
Ted Kwalick -The 49ers selected Kwalick No. 7 overall in the 1969 draft. The three-time Pro Bowler spent six seasons in San Francisco before signing with the Raiders in 1975. Kwalick spent three seasons with the Silver and Black before retiring in 1977.
Ted Washington -Washington was drafted by the 49ers in the first round of the 1991 draft and spent the first three seasons of his career in San Francisco. After stops in Denver, Buffalo, Chicago and New England, the defensive tackle spent two seasons in Oakland (2004-05) before wrapping up his career in Cleveland.
Andre Carter -The University of California, Berkeley product was drafted No. 7 overall by the 49ers in the 2001 draft. He spent five seasons in San Francisco, and eventually joined the Silver and Black for the 2012 season where he tallied 2.5 sacks. Carter retired in 2013.
Kevin Gogan -Originally drafted by the Cowboys in 1987, the offensive lineman spent seven seasons in Dallas before joining the Los Angeles Raiders in 1994. He spent three seasons with the Raiders (1994-96) before joining the 49ers in 1997. Gogan retired from football following the 2000 season.
Jamie Williams -Williams joined the 49ers in 1989 and spent five seasons in San Francisco before spending his last full season in the NFL with the Raiders in 1994.
Dana Stubblefield -After two stints in San Francisco (1993-97, 2001-02), Stubblefield spent the final year of his career (2003) with the Oakland Raiders. Top 10 Players Who Played For Both the Raiders and the 49ers
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