The family of a legendary NFL star believes that the Hall of Fame is not doing right by him.
The family of deceased Oakland Raiders' quarterback Ken Stabler will not receive either a gold jacket or a ring as part of his recent enshrinement to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His daughter Kendra Stabler Moyes tok to social media this week to express her outrage.
"Yes, seriously. No jacket, no ring. My Dad deserves it, dead or alive! He gave so much to the game we all love," Moyes wrote on her Twitter account.
The Hall of Fame has yet to issue a statement as to why they decided to make this decision.
Stabler was a 15-year NFL veteran from 1970 to 1984, spending ten of those years with the Raiders. "The Snake" posted an impressive 69-26-1 record as well as being the driving force to a Super Bowl XI victory and earning himself four Pro Bowl appearances.
He was selected for induction into the PFHOF seven months after passing away from colon cancer last July.
This is one decision the Hall of Fame should reconsider.
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