Clem Daniels, a star running back for the Oakland Raiders in the team’s AFL days, has died at the age of 83.
“The Raider Family mourns the loss of Clem Daniels, an integral part of the Raider organization for six decades,” the team said in a statement. “Clem was the premier all-purpose running back in the American Football League, setting the league’s all-time rushing record, and was one of the original stars of the Silver and Black.
“Throughout his adult life, Clem was a pillar of the East Bay community, not only as a successful business leader but also a highly-visible advocate for social justice. The condolences and prayers of the entire Raider Nation are with Cynthia Foreman and the rest of Clem’s family at this time.”
Daniels played nine seasons in the NFL with seven coming as a member of the Raiders. He appeared in 110 career games…