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Kenny “The Snake” Stabler and Dick Stanfel are automatic finalists for HOF

Ken Stabler has passed away at the age of 69 from colon cancer

Ken Stabler has passed away at the age of 69 from colon cancer, but could land in the HOF

Former Oilers quarterback Kenny Stabler and former guard Dick Stanfel have been named as automatic finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.  There are 18 finalists, including one contributor and 15 from the modern era.

Alex Byington@abyingtonTD 34m34 minutes ago

Alex Byington retweeted Pro Football HOF

Late former Alabama QB Kenny Stabler among 2 nominees for induction into 2016 NFL HoF class by senior committee

  • Stabler played his first 10 years with Oakland before being traded to the Oilers for quarterback Dan Pastorini in 1979. Stabler played two seasons with the Oilers, helping them finish 11-5 and 8-8, before ending his career at New Orleans (1982-84).
  • Stanfel played four seasons with Detroit and three with Washington, earning five trips to the Pro  Bowl.

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