It has been reported that former NFL quarterback Kenny “The Snake” Stabler has passed away at the age of 69.
The four-time Pro Bowl quarterback played 15 seasons in the National Football League, most notably for the Oakland Raiders for 10 seasons (he also played for the Houston Oilers for two seasons and three with the New Orleans Saints).
The Alabama Crimson Tide product was selected in the second round of the 1968 NFL Draft, and began his pro career (with the Raiders) in 1970. He’s a one-time Super Bowl champion, and won the 1974 NFL MVP award and AP Offensive Player of the Year award.
He tossed for nearly 28,000 yards during his career, and finished with a 75.3 QB rating in those 15 legendary seasons.
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