The 12th Annual Fred Biletnikoff Hall of Fame Invitational golf tournament is set for May 2 at the Ruby Hill Golf Club in Pleasanton, Calif. The Oakland Raiders have hired the following coaches to complete Head Coach Jack Del Rio’s staff, the club announced Monday.
Woodson returns for his second coaching stint with the Raiders after coaching cornerbacks in 2011. Woodson, who played 17 NFL seasons, played in 26 games, all starts, with the Raiders from 2002-03, totaling 10 interceptions. Former linebacker Greg Biekert joined the Raiders coaching staff several weeks ago as an assistant coach on defense.
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The 52,817 present at the pre-Christmas Sunday in the Oakland Coliseum knew they had witnessed an extraordinary event. No portion of this site may be reproduced without the express written permission of The Oakland Raiders.
Biekert, who played 11 seasons in the NFL including nine with the Silver and Black, may be best remembered for recovering Tom Brady’s fumble in the “Tuck Game” against the New England Patriots.
Under head coach Don Shula, the Miami Dolphins had been to the last three Super Bowls - an NFL record at that time. Strength and Conditioning 0 First Franklin, Jethro Defensive Line 8 First Gomes, Joe Head Strength and Conditioning 0 First Holt, Tim Assistant Offensive Line 4 First Holz, Nick Quality Control - Offense 3 3 Kijowski, Kevin Strength and Conditioning Asst. Now I have the opportunity once again to contribute to the greatness of the Raiders.” Drafted by the Raiders in the seventh round out of Colorado in 1993, Biekert never missed a regular season game in 11 seasons, seeing action in 176 league contests with 155 starts.
His career totals included 16 sacks, seven interceptions, 10 forced fumbles and six fumble recoveries. In the eight games played against the Miami team since the series began in 1966, the Raiders were presently 6-1-1. John Madden was 1-1 as head coach for the Raiders in league and postseason games against the Miami Dolphins under Don Shula. Don Shula and John Madden would become the only NFL head coaches to win 100 league games in their first ten years on the job.

But in this AFC Playoff Game only one of these outstanding coaches could emerge victorious. The radio station carrying the Raider games in the Bay Area had promoted the game as one for which fans should wear black, carry black and wave black. Miami wide receiver Nat Moore took the short opening kickoff at his own 11-yard line, started up field, broke to his left and went unstopped and untouched to the end zone.
The score stayed that way until the Raiders got the ball for the second time in the second quarter.
The big powerful, machine-like Raider offensive line of Art Shell, Gene Upshaw and Jim Otto - a trio of future Pro Football Hall of Famers - plus George Buehler and John Vella, was taking it to the Dolphins.
Three plays later halfback Charlie Smith pulled clear of the man-to-man coverage, reached up and pulled in a perfect pass from Stabler to complete a 31-yard touchdown play. Raiders QB Ken Stabler (12) looks for a receiver during a 1974 playoff game against the Miami Dolphins. Staying primarily on the ground with Larry Csonka, Jim Kiick and Benny Malone alternating as ball carriers, Miami came right back to put three points on the board on a 33-yard field goal by Garo Ypremian with 1:01 remaining in the half. Oakland began another march with 11:43 to go in the third quarter with Stabler to Biletnikoff for the first 20 yards. A marvelous leaping catch along the right sideline at the goal line, but the official on the scene signaled, "out of bounds". From the 13, Stabler again went wide right to Biletnikoff along the sidelines, just inside the end zone. Dolphins' corner Tim Foley was draped all over Biletnikoff, but Fred reached up with one hand, fought off Foley, pulled the ball in and barely stayed in bounds to record a brilliant touchdown for Oakland. A 29-yard interference call on the third-and-seven aided Miami when their superb wide receiver Paul Warfield beat the coverage, going into the left corner for 16 yards and a touchdown. But big defensive end Bubba Smith got a hand into the path of Ypremian's point-after attempt to keep the score Dolphins 16 - Raiders 14.
Branch went to the ground to make the catch, but being untouched by Dolphin defenders, Branch popped upright and ran away from the surprised defensive backs to complete a 72-yard scoring play.
RB Clarence Davis (28) makes one of the greatest catches in NFL history as he hauled in the go-ahead scoring pass from QB Ken Stabler in a "Sea of Hands." Quarterback Bob Griese brought Miami back immediately, as the fans went bananas in the Oakland Coliseum.

With 2:08 remaining to play, Benny Malone swept right end, got free outside, ducked under a couple of tackle attempts along the sideline and bounced 23 yards to give Miami the lead again 26-21. Stabler went to the Raider sideline during the mandatory two-minute warning time out to review strategy and options with Head Coach John Madden.
They had 68 yards to travel, two minutes on the clock to make the trip and all three time outs left. After a short run, the Raiders went back to Biletnikoff on two consecutive plays for 18 yards along the right sideline and 20 yards breaking across the middle from right to left. With just one minute to play, Stabler hit Branch on a quick out to the right for four yards. Then reserve wide receiver Frank Pitts picked up a first over the middle, bobbling the ball up in the air, but regaining possession before being downed on the Miami 14.
On first-and-goal from the eight, Stabler dropped back looking for Biletnikoff who was covered.
Finally, with defensive end Vern Den Herder clinging to his legs, pulling him down, Stabler looped the ball toward the left side of the front of the end zone where running back Clarence Davis was working his way back to give his quarterback a target. In a "sea of hands," Davis outfought a crowd of white jerseys to come down with the ball and go to the turf clutching the football to his chest in clear, sole possession. It was a scene out of a movie script that would probably be rejected as "too far-fetched." But this was reality. Hall of Fame Head Coach John Madden, flanked by DB Ron Smith (27) and DT Otis Sistrunk, is all smiles as he clutches the ball RB Clarence Davis caught for the winning touchdown. On Miami's second play after the subsequent kickoff, linebacker Phil Villapiano intercepted a last-gasp Bob Griese pass at the Oakland 45. The Raiders had scored twice in the final 4:37 to defeat the Dolphins and move forward to the AFC Championship Game.

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