James Edwin Otto (January 5, 1938-) (C) is one of three players to participate in every single Oakland Raiders game (140) when the Raiders played in the American Football League, prior to the NFL/AFL merger in 1970. Otto played center and linebacker at the University of Miami, but went unclose in the NFL Draft. He joined the Oakland Raiders of the AFL in 1960 and played in every single game, including pre and postseason games for the next fifteen seasons (1960-1974). Otto was a member of the 1967 Raiders team that fell to the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl II. Jim Otto was named to twelve consecutive Pro Bowl appearances (9 - AFL and 3 - NFL) and was a ten-time All-Pro First Team selection. Jim was the prototypical Oakland Raider, fierce, competitive and passionate about the game. Under the tutelage of head coach John Madden and new ownership by Al Davis, Jim’s durability and talent helped the Raiders emerge from cellar-dweller to perennial power contender. Jim Otto was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980.