Khalil Mack wreaked havoc for the Raiders wearing No. 52
While Morrison had a fantastic run with the Silver and Black, his contributions do not even come close to those of Khalil Mack. A first round selection of the team back in 2014, Mack burst onto the scene in a big way as a rookie, establishing himself as an elite player in the league, but the best was certainly yet to come.
Mack played only four seasons with the Raiders, starting all 64 games, and after being named to the All-Rookie Team in 2014, he would become a Pro Bowler in his final three seasons in the Silver and Black. In 2015, Mack did the impossible, becoming the first player in league history to be named a First Team All-Pro at two different positions.
During the team’s magical run in 2016, Mack was named the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year, as he had 11 sacks, five forced fumbles, and 14 tackles for a loss. That Raiders team went 12-4, but Derek Carr‘s injury on Christmas Eve ruined any chance they had to win a Super Bowl.
His final season with the Raiders, 2017, Mack once again racked up double-digit sacks, and made the Pro Bowl for the last time as a Raider.
Of course, Mack’s career in the Silver and Black ended way too early, as he was traded for multiple draft picks prior to the 2018 NFL season. Still one of the premier players in the game, Mack has a long career ahead of him, and like Charles Woodson, maybe he comes back and finishes his career with the franchise that drafted him.