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Ike Lassiter

 

Ike Lassiter

Ike Lassiter
Born (1940-11-15) November 15, 1940 (ageĀ 73)
Wilson, North Carolina
Position(s) Defensive lineman
College St. Augustine's College
Jersey #(s) 73, 77
Career highlights
AFL All-Star 1966
Honors American Football League Champion, 1967
Statistics
  • Pro Football Reference
  • DatabaseFootball
Teams
1962-1964
1965-1969
1970
1971
1974
AFL Denver Broncos
AFL Oakland Raiders
NFL Boston Patriots
NFL New England Patriots
WFL Jacksonville Sharks

Ike Lassiter (born November 15, 1940 in Wilson, North Carolina) is a former American college and professional football defensive lineman. He is an alumnus of St. Augustine's College in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he received a Bachelor's Degree in physical education. Lassiter played professionally for the American Football League's Denver Broncos and the AFL's Oakland Raiders, where he was an AFL All-Star in 1966. He played as the starting left defensive end in Super Bowl II for the 1967 Raiders. In the 1967 regular season on a Raiders team with a won-lost record of 13-1, he was one of the main pass-rushers of a front four including Dan Birdwell, Tom Keating (American football), and Ben Davidson with a combined league-leading total of 67 sacks and 665 yards lost,[1] the latter an all-time record, the all-time record for sacks being 72, done in a 16-game season, the Raiders leading the league in sacks from 1966 to 1968, an all-time record.[2]

He ended his NFL career with the Boston Patriots/New England Patriots in 1970 and 1971. Lassiter was traded to the Washington Redskins in 1972, but did not make the team. He sat out the next two seasons, but played for the Jacksonville Sharks in 1974 in the World Football LEague. He retired to Oakland, California, where he currently lives.

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