Chester McGlockton, a four-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle with the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders who played 12 seasons in the NFL, (including three with the Chiefs) died early Wednesday morning. He was 42. The announcement was made by Stanford University, where McGlockton was in his second season as a defensive assistant.

McGlockton was drafted by the Raiders, but also spent three seasons with the Chiefs from 1998-2000, where he had his best season in 2000 when he recorded 4.5 sacks. McGlockton was a force with the Raiders. In a four year span, he picked up 32 sacks. He also played with the Broncos and Jets.

McGlockton was born in Whiteville, NC and played college ball at Clemson.