Hall of Fame NFL tackle who spent his entire career with the Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders. He became the first African-American head coach in the modern NFL after being hired to coach the Los Angeles Raiders in 1989.
He was a standout tackle for Maryland Eastern Shore.
After coaching the Raiders for six years, he served as a senior vice president in charge of football operations for the NFL.
Had sons Arthur III and Christopher, with his wife Janice.
Elected to the Bay Area Hall of Fame along with fellow football star John Madden.