Chester McGlockton, 42, Raiders Pro-Bowl Star

Chester McGlockton, a four-time Pro Bowler for the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders, died early Wednesday morning of an apparent heart attack.
McGlockton, 42, had spent the past two years as a defensive assistant at Stanford.
Born in Whiteville, N.C., he was a high school All-American before starring at Clemson for three seasons. He was selected 16th overall in the 1992 NFL draft by the Los Angeles Raiders and would go on to play 12 seasons in the league.
He retired in 2003 after stints with the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets. In 2010, he completed his undergraduate degree at Tennessee-Martin. Later that year, he took a coaching job at Stanford.
McGlockton is survived by his wife, Zina, and two children.