Hall of Fame center Jim Otto, 'Mr. Raider,' dies at 86

Jim Otto, a Hall of Fame center who embodied the spirit of the Oakland Raiders, passed away at 86.

Otto started an incredible 210 straight regular-season games and was a 12-time Pro Bowler

Despite numerous injuries, including concussions and a leg amputation, Otto never missed a game.

Otto's No. 00 jersey became synonymous with the Raiders' offensive line dominance.

The only All-AFL center, Otto played in all 140 AFL regular-season games.

Otto endured 74 surgeries and prostate cancer but never had regrets about his career.

Otto helped negotiate the team's move back to Oakland and remained involved with the organization.

Otto's toughness and dedication inspired generations of Raiders players and fans.

Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1980, Otto was named to the NFL 100 all-time team.