Hall of Fame defensive tackle for the Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks.
He went undrafted and tried out for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before making the Vikings' squad in 1990.
His 137.5 sacks were the most by a defensive tackle in NFL history at the time of his retirement in 2004.
His brother Ervin Randle played linebacker.
He was cited by Brett Favre as the most underrated player the quarterback ever played against.