The 5 Best Nicknames in Raiders History

T SCorrespondent ISeptember 9, 2009

The 5 Best Nicknames in Raiders History

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    SAN FRANCISCO - AUGUST 22:  Oakland Raiders wide receiver Louis Murphy #18 raises celebrates with Oakland Raiders wide receiver Johnnie Lee Higgins #15 after making a touchdown in the 2nd quarter as the San Francisco 49ers host the Oakland Raiders at Cand

"Dr. Death" Skip Thomas

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"Mr. Raider" Tim Brown

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    OAKLAND, CA - JULY 18:  Tim Brown announces his retirement from professional football after signing a one day contract with the Oakland Raiders, whom he played most of his career with, during a press conference at the Grand Ballroom of the Oakland Airport

Ken "the Snake" Stabler

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    9 Dec 1979:  Quarterback Ken Stabler of the Oakland Raiders prepares to pass the ball during a game against the Cleveland Browns at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, California.  The Raiders won the game 19-14. Mandatory Credit: Allsport  /A

"The Mad Bomber" Daryle Lamonica

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"The Assassin" Jack Tatum

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