DOLPHIN LEGEND KUECHENBERG GETS SNUBBED AGAIN
Even an email by HOF Coach Don Shula is not enough to get "Kooch" selected
Miami Dolphin legend Bob Kuechenberg failed to get into the NFL Hall of Fame for the 8th consecutive year. Kuechenberg played offensive line for the Miami Dolphins for 14 seasons and played from 1970 to 1983. He spent 1984 on injured reserve. During that time he played on two Super Bowl championship teams and made it to the Pro Bowl six times in his career and was named first team All Pro in 1975 and 1978 and All-AFC three times.
This year Kuechenberg had an added endorsement as Hall of Fame Dolphins Coach broke his own policy to never endorse his own players and sent a lengthy email asking voters to select the former Dolphin great. In the end it still was not enough to get this all time NFL great his rightful place in the Hall of Fame. We at FinHeaven want to acknowledge "Kooch" and thank him for the great memories and his stellar play. We also want to know why this man can not get in when several with less credentials seem to find a way.
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