Ray Guy gets Hall of Fame ring

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Former Oakland Raiders punter Ray Guy has received his Hall of Fame ring during a halftime ceremony.

The presentation occurred during Oakland's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Guy was the first full-time punter inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame this summer in his 23rd year of eligibility. Guy was a seven-time Pro Bowl selection and spent his 14-year career with the Raiders, winning three Super Bowls. Guy was a specialist in directional kicking, and his booming leg and helped popularize the term ''hang time.''

There was a video tribute to Guy before he was presented his ring by his children.


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