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Alabama great Kenny Stabler has emerged as a senior finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2016. Stabler along with Dick Stanfel, who both died this year, were selected Wednesday by the Hall's Seniors Committee.

Stabler was drafted out of Alabama by Oakland in 1968 was known for his performances both on and off the field. Voted the NFL's Most Valuable Player in 1974, 'Snake' Stabler compiled a winning percentage over his 15-season career with the Raiders ('70-'79), Oilers ('80-'81) and the Saints ('82-'84)

Voting for next year's class will be held on Feb. 6 in San Francisco.


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