Pro football's first Hispanic quarterback also won Championships as a player, assistant coach and head coach.
He played football at Fresno City College, where he also was active off the field, a trait he would bring to his professional career.
He won the 1969 AFL Championship with the Buffalo Bills, was the assistant coach for Super Bowl XI Champion Oakland Raiders, and was the head coach of the Raiders during Super Bowl XV.
He grew up in Sanger, California.
Mike Ditka was the only player before him to win a Championship at three different levels.