Marcus Allen left the Raiders after 11 seasons because of a feud and contract dispute with Al Davis, when Davis called Allen a cancer to the team.
He went on to join the Raiders' hated rival, the Kansas City Chiefs.
During Allen's four-year tenure with the Chiefs, they won more games than any other team in the league.
Marcus Allen also went on to lead the team in rushing every year.
Allen went on to retire a Chief and be inducted into the Hall of Fame as a Chief—not a Raider, despite 11 years in Oakland.
Allen's strained relationship with Davis reached an all-time low in December 1992.
During halftime of the Raiders-Dolphins game on Monday Night Football, a taped interview with Al Michaels was broadcast, with Allen stating that Davis "told me he was going to get me."
Allegedly, Allen put a hex on Davis by cursing a photo of him.
To this day, Allen keeps that picture in his freezer—and the Raiders will not win another Super Bowl as long as that picture is in Allen's possession.
And since Allen left, the Raiders have not won a single Super Bowl—although they got close in 2003.
It seems about time the Raiders raided Allen's fridge.