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Ulmo Shannon "Sonny" Randle, Jr. (born January 6, 1936 in Cohasset, Virginiamarker) is a former American football wide receiver in the NFL (1959-1968), playing for the Chicago and St. Louis Cardinals before catching footballs for the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys in his final professional season.[258403]. In only his second season in the NFL, Randle led the league in receiving touchdowns with 15 and was named first-team All-Pro by the Associated Press (AP), The Sporting News and UPI at season's end. All told Randle had 65 touchdown catches in 120 games during his career, currently placing him 12th on the NFL's all-time TD-per-game list (minimum 60 TDs). His 65 TD catches were also the most in the NFL during the 1960s (Don Maynard caught 84 and Lance Alworth caught 77, but in the AFL). On November 4, 1962, Randle had one of the biggest games statistically by a wide receiver in NFL history as he caught 16 passes for 256 yards in a game against the New York Giants. Randle finished the 1962 season with 63 receptions for 1,158 yards and 8 touchdown catches and was named second-team All-Pro by UPI. Randle once again passed the 1,000-yard receiving mark in 1963, finishing with 1,014 yards on 51 catches, 8 of which went for touchdowns.

Since his retirement in 1968, Randle was the head coach for three years at East Carolinamarker (1971-1973, after one year as an assistant coach), two years at Virginiamarker(1974-1975), two seasons at Massanutten Military Academy (1976-1977), and five seasons at Marshall (1979-1983).[258404]

Since the mid-1980s, Randle has been active in sports broadcasting, participating in radio broadcasts of college football games as a color commentator in St. Louismarker, Virginiamarker, and West Virginiamarker. In 1991 he became president of S-R Sports, a syndicated talk radio network based in Virginia.

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References

  1. profootballresearchers.org
  2. coldhardfootballfacts.com
  3. sportsillustrated.cnn.com



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