Ray walks on stage after being introduced as a member of the Class of 2014 for the first time during the 3rd Annual NFL Honors Show.
Guy gets fitted for his Haggar Hall of Fame Gold Jacket during an orientation with Hall of Fame staff two days after he was elected to the Hall of Fame.
Guy tries on different rings to find the right fit for his Kay® Jewelers Hall of Fame ring.
Guy (second to left) and his fellow Class of 2014 members (from L-R) – Derrick Brooks, Claude Humphrey, Walter Jones, Andre Reed, Aeneas Williams, and Michael Strahan – at Super Bowl XLVIII.
Guy's top season average – 45.3 yards on 69 punts – was recorded in his rookie season.
Guy's longest punt in the NFL was a 74-yarder against Denver in 1977.
Only three of Guy's 1,049 punts were blocked.
Guy spent his entire 14-season, 207-game career with the Raiders.
Guy led the NFL in punting in 1974, 1975, and 1977.
Guy played in seven Pro Bowls and was named All-Pro six times and All-AFC seven times.
Besides being a long-distance punter, Guy specialized in putting opponents in poor field position with his pinpoint punts.
Ray Guy became the first punter ever selected in the first round of a NFL draft when the Oakland Raiders tapped him as the 23rd player chosen in 1973.
Guy's career punting average was an excellent 42.4 yards and he averaged more than 40 yards 13 of his 14 seasons.
Ray was credited with 209 “inside the 20” punts.