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Dana Stubblefield (94) (formerly of the Kansas Jayhawks) (Photo by Bill Frakes/Sports Illustrated/Getty Images)
Dana Stubblefield (94) (formerly of the Kansas Jayhawks) (Photo by Bill Frakes/Sports Illustrated/Getty Images) /

Best Jayhawks in the NFL – Number 8: Dana Stubblefield

NFL defensive tackle from 1993-2003

The eighth best Jayhawk to play in the NFL is also a Super Bowl champion, and it’s Dana Stubblefield.

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  • Stubbefield was a first round pick by the San Francisco 49ers in the 1993 NFL Draft and went on to win the Defensive Rookie of the Year Award in 1993.

    Stubblefield spent 11 seasons in the pros, seven of which were with San Francisco. He spent three years with Washington and one with Oakland as well.

    Throughout his 11-year career, Stubblefield racked up 352 tackles, 53.5 sacks, and two interceptions. He started at least 14 games in all but two seasons during this time as well, proving he was reliable on game day.

    Stubblefield earned a Super Bowl ring in only his second season in the pros and was also a three-time Pro Bowler for the Niners. He’s still one of the best Jayhawks to play in the NFL.

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