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The celebration of Ray Guy's election into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday extended beyond Guy and the Oakland Raiders.It's a victory for all punters."It was a proud day to be a punter," said San Francisco 49ers punter Andy Lee on Tuesday. "If it gives us an inch more of respect, it's a great thing. It's a great thing for our position."Guy, who punted for the Raiders from 1973-86, is the first player who primarily was a punter to gain election into the Hall of Fame.