Oakland Raiders LB Ted Hendricks was great at fun and games

Linebacker Ted Hendricks was another player who had a reputation that preceded his arrival to the Oakland Raiders in 1975, and he fit right in with the established players for the Silver and Black.

And we’re not only talking about ability, as the 6-7, 220-pound Hendricks was a perennial All-Pro and future Hall of Famer who had 61 sacks, 26 interceptions, 25 blocked kicks, and 12 fumble recoveries in his career, but in addition that all of that he was a bit off the wall.

What would you expect from a guy whose nicknames were “The Mad Stork” and “Kick ’Em in the Head, Ted?”

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