Bob Mischak, who played seven NFL seasons, earned Pro Bowl honors as a member of the New York Titans and served as a Raiders assistant in the 1970s and 1980s, passed away on Thursday at age 81, the Raiders said today.
Mischak played guard and tight end in his NFL career, making the Pro Bowl in 1961 and 1962 with the Titans (now the Jets), according to Pro Football Reference. In addition to playing for the Titans (1960-1962) and Giants (1958), he played three seasons for the Raiders (1963-65).
Mischak was an assistant with the Raiders for 16 seasons (1973-1987, 1994), coaching tight ends. He played collegiately at Army and also coached at the school.