The Oakland Raiders have had some great players through the years. Some of the most famous Raiders players include Bo Jackson, Marcus Allen, Jim Plunkett, Tim Brown, Howie Long, Art Shell, Gene Upshaw, Fred Biletnikoff, Cliff Branch, Randy Moss, Lester Hayes, Ted Hendricks, Willie Brown, Rich Gannon, and more.
One of the signs of how good a player was during their career is how many Pro Bowls they went to. What Raiders player went to more Pro Bowls than any other?
Longtime Raiders center, and member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Jim Otto went to twelve consecutive Pro Bowls from 1961 to 1972. Because the Raiders played the 1960s in the AFL, technically the game that Otto went to for much of his career was the AFL All-Star Game. For the most actual NFL Pro Bowls appearances by a Raiders player, it would have to be wide receiver Tim Brown who went to the game nine times, mostly during the 1990s.