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Residence: Oakland, Calif.
What keeps him busy: Owner of the Oakland Raiders
Davis got his first professional football coaching experience in 1960 for the Los Angeles Chargers. In 1963 the Brooklyn native became coach and general manager of the Oakland Raiders before becoming the principal owner and CEO for the team. In 1992, Davis was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In 2007, Davis said that he would not retire until he wins two more Super Bowls or dies of natural causes.