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Kenneth Michael Stabler was born on 25th December 1945, in Foley, Alabama, USA, and was a former professional American Football player, as a quarterback in the NFL for the Oakland Raiders (1970-1979), Houston Oilers (1980-1981), and New Orleans Saints (1982-1984). Stabler won the Super Bowl XI, was selected to the Pro Bowl on four occasions (1973, 1974, 1976, and 1977), and was the MVP of the league in 1974. In 2016, Ken Stabler was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His career started in 1976 and ended in 1984. He passed away in 2015.

Have you ever wondered how rich Ken Stabler was at the time of his death? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Stabler’s net worth was as high as $300,000, an amount earned largely through his successful career as a professional football player. In addition to being one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL in the ‘70s, Stabler also later worked as a color commentator which improved his wealth.

Ken Stabler Net Worth $300,000

Ken Stabler grew up in Alabama where he went to Foley High School and was an all-American athlete, with great results in basketball, football, and baseball. He even received minor-league contacts from the Houston Astros and New York Yankees to join their respective baseball teams, but Stabler opted to play football for legendary head coach Bear Bryant at Alabama.

However, due to the National Collegiate Athletic Association regulations at the time, Stabler was forced to sit out the entire season in 1964, but played as backup quarterback to Steve Sloan in the next season that the Crimson Tide won with a win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers. In the 1966 season, Stabler became the starting QB and led his team to an 11-0 record in regular season, but finished third behind Notre Dame and Michigan State. Although the expectations were high in Stabler’s senior season, he struggled along with the entire offence but managed to end his college career with a 28–3–2 record as a starter for Alabama Crimson Tide.

The Oakland Raiders selected Stabler in the second round of the 1968 NFL Draft, but he waited two years before he made a debut in the NFL. In the meantime, he spent two seasons with the Spokane Shockers in the Continental Football League, then he debuted in the 1970 season but still remained the backup quarterback until 1973 when he completed 163 passes for 1,997 yards, 14 touchdowns and ten interceptions. Ken also made it to his first-ever Pro Bowl that season. In 1974, Stabler had the best season of his career as he was named the NFL Most Valuable Player, NFL Offensive Player of the Year, and NFL passing touchdowns leader, which easily helped him to secure another invitation to the Pro Bowl event.

During the ‘70s, Stabler was a part of a highly potent offence alongside running back Cliff Branch, wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff, and tight end Dave Casper, under the guidance of legendary coach John Madden. Their domination was at the peak in 1977 when the Raiders won Super Bowl XI with a 32-14 win over the Minnesota Vikings. Ken ended the year with 194 completions for 2,737 yards, 27 touchdowns, and 17 interceptions. He went to his third Pro Bowl, got into the First-Team All-Pro, and was again NFL passing touchdowns leader. Stabler participated in his last Pro Bowl in 1977, but after the championship season, the Oakland Raiders started to struggle, mainly because of departures of John Madden, Marv Hubbard and Fred Biletnikoff. He was traded to the Houston Oilers in 1980 but failed to make the playoffs in two seasons there. At the moment of his departure, Ken was Oakland’s all-time leader in completions (1,486), passing yards (19,078), and touchdown passes (150).

Houston traded Stabler to the New Orleans Saints for Archie Manning in 1982, but Ken struggled along with the Saints, and decided to retire in the middle of the 1984 season, ending his 14-year NFL career. After his retirement from pro football, Stabler worked as a color commentator for CBS and radio, covering Alabama football games, which only increased further his net worth.

Regarding his personal life, Ken Stabler was married to Isabel Clarke from 1968 to 1973 and had a daughter with her. He was married to Debbie Fitzsimmons from 1975 to 1978, and then to Rose Molly Burch from 1984 to 2002, with whom he had two daughters. After being diagnosed with a colon cancer in February 2015, Stabler died on 8th July 2015, in Gulfport, Mississippi, USA.

Quick Facts

Birth date: December 25, 1945
Birth place: Foley, Alabama, United States
Death date: July 8, 2015, Gulfport, Mississippi, United States
Height:1.91 m
Weight:98 kg
Profession:American football quarterback
Education:University of Alabama
Nationality:American
Spouse:Rose Molly Burch (m. 1984–2002), Debbie Fitzsimmons (m. 1972–1978), Isabel Clarke (m. 1967–1971)
Children:Marissa Stabler, Alexa Stabler, Kendra Stabler
Parents:Leroy Stabler, Sally Stabler
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Filmography

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Indian Runner1991Indian Runner
The Legend of Grizzly Adams1990John

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mama Called2013DocumentaryHimself
A Football Life2011TV SeriesHimself
Diners, Drive-ins and Dives2010TV SeriesHimself
Rebels of Oakland: The A's, the Raiders, the '70s2003TV Movie documentaryHimself - Quarterback, Oakland Raiders 1970-1979 (as Ken Stabler)
ESPN SportsCentury2002TV Series documentaryHimself
The Bear: The Legend of Coach Paul Bryant2001TV Movie documentaryHimself (Interviewed)
Unitas1999TV Movie documentaryHimself
Married with Children1994TV SeriesHimself
Saturday Night Live1992TV SeriesHimself
Super Bowl XXIV1990TV MovieHimself - Studio Analyst
The NFL on CBS1970-1988TV SeriesHimself - New Orleans Saints Quarterback / Himself - Color Commentator / Himself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback
NFL Monday Night Football1972-1983TV SeriesHimself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback / Himself - Houston Oilers Quarterback / Himself - New Orleans Saints Quarterback
The NFL on NBC1971-1981TV SeriesHimself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback / Himself - Houston Oilers Quarterback / Himself - Oakland raiders Quarterback
1977 AFC Championship Game1978TV SpecialHimself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback
The Mike Douglas Show1977TV SeriesHimself - Pro Football Player
Bob Hope's All-Star Comedy Spectacular from Lake Tahoe1977TV SpecialHimself (as Ken Stabler)
Donny and Marie1977TV SeriesHimself
Super Bowl XI1977TV SpecialHimself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback
1976 AFC Championship Game1976TV MovieHimself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback
1975 AFC Championship Game1976TV SpecialHimself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback
1974 AFC Championship Game1974TV SpecialHimself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback
1973 AFC Championship Game1973TV MovieHimself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback
1967 Sugar Bowl1967TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Quarterback

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
NFL Films Presents2015-2016TV Series documentaryHimself
Mike & Mike2015-2016TV SeriesHimself - Pro Football Hall of Famer / Himself - Retired NFL Quarterback
A Football Life2015TV SeriesHimself
The NFL Today1978TV SeriesHimself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback

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