Al Davis's Oakland Raiders are notorious for being a run-oriented NFL team.

Whether it was Bo Jackson or Marcus Allen, they always seemed to have a great player in the backfield.

This run-first trend momentarily came to a halt in 1998, when Jon Gruden arrived on the Oakland scene and brought his West Coast Offense to the Raiders.

In 1999, the Raiders went ahead and signed a thought to be washed-up ...

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