Former NFL Quarterback Ken Stabler Had Brain Disease CTEFormer Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler, the late NFL MVP and Super Bowl winner who is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, has been diagnosed with the brain disease CTE, Boston University researchers said Wednesday.
Favre, Owens, Faneca Among Pro Football Hall Of Fame FinalistsThe class of 2016 will be decided on Feb. 6, the day before the Super Bowl, with inductions scheduled for August.
Silverman: Stabler Wasn't The Best, But He Might Have Been The Most ClutchStabler may not have been better than Montana, Unitas or Manning, but would any of them have beaten him in the final moments of the biggest game? Very doubtful.
Legendary Raiders Quarterback Ken Stabler Dead At 69Ken Stabler, who led the Oakland Raiders to a Super Bowl victory and was the NFL's Most Valuable Player in 1974, has died as a result of complications from colon cancer. He was 69.
Keidel: The Dominance Of Al DavisBefore he became a caricature, Al Davis ran the most feared football team on Earth. From the late 1960s into the ‘80s, the Oakland Raiders were an asylum of violent offenders whose crimes were legal on Sundays, appearing in four Super Bowls and winning three.

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