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Overview (5)

Date of Birth 25 December 1945Foley, Alabama, USA
Date of Death 8 July 2015Gulfport, Mississippi, USA  (colon cancer)
Birth NameKenneth Michael Stabler
Nickname Snake
Height 6' 3" (1.91 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Ken "The Snake" Stabler was born in Christmas Day in 1945 in Foley, Alabama, and played football, basketball, and baseball at Foley High School. He set many records there as a quarterback and basketball player that still stand today. He was offered minor league contracts by the New York Yankees and Houston Astros, but instead opted to play college football at the University of Alabama for the legendary Paul "Bear" Bryant. Snake was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in 1970 and played there for 10 seasons, leading the Raiders to the 1976 Super Bowl championship. He also played two seasons for the Houston Oilers and three with the New Orleans Saints before retiring in 1984.

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Spouse (3)

Rose Stabler (12 June 1984 - 2002) (divorced) (2 children)
Debbie Fitzsimmons (1974 - 6 October 1978) (divorced)
Isabel Clarke (1968 - 1971) (divorced)

Trivia (13)

Oakland Raiders All-Time Passing Yards Leader (19,078).
Quarterback for Oakland Raiders (1970-1979), Houston Oilers (1980-1981) and New Orleans Saints (1982-1984).
During 15 year career completed 2,270 of 3,793 passes (59.8%) for 27,938 yards and 194 touchdowns.
Ranks 39th on NFL All-Time Passing Attempts List (3,793).
Ranks 36th on NFL All-Time Pass Completions List (2,270).
Ranks 36th on NFL All-Time Gross Yards Passing List (27,938).
Ranks 16th on NFL All-Time Passes Intercepted List (222).
Ranks 33rd on NFL All-Time Passing Touchdowns List (194).
Ranks 38th on NFL All-Time Times Sacked List (281).
Ranks 25th on NFL All-Time Yards Lost List (2,514).
Ranks 68th on NFL All-Time Passer Rating List (75.31).
After his passing, the Los Angeles Times reported that Stabler willed his brain and spinal cord to the Boston University Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Center "to support research into degenerative brain disease in athletes.".
Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016.

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