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Mon, 12 Dec 2005 07:25:16 -0800
The Tennessean reports Tennessee Titans QB Steve McNair passed former Denver Broncos QB John Elway on the NFL's all-time rushing list for quarterbacks. McNair (3,418 yards) is now fourth behind former QBs Randall Cunningham (4,928), Steve Young (4,239) and Fran Tarkenton (3,674).
Wed, 19 Oct 2005 20:49:04 -0700
Greg Beacham, of the Associated Press, reports retired WR Jerry Rice will compete against regular people in a new reality show for Spike TV. The show, "Pros vs. Joes," will air in ten, one-hour shows starting in April. Other retired NFL players set to be on the show are QB Randall Cunningham, RB Herschel Walker, RB Tony Dorsett, and QB Jim McMahon. Retired NBA stars Karl Malone and Dominique Wilkins will join the 19 former professional athletes on the show.
Thu, 15 Aug 2002 10:53:45 -0700
Bob Kent reports for PhiladelphiaEagles.com the Philadelphia Eagles have signed QB Randall Cunningham. He has signed with the team so he can retire an Eagle. "Randall was a big part of Eagles history, at least in the modern era of Eagles football," said head coach and executive VP of football operations Andy Reid. Cunningham will be honored before the pre-season game next Saturday against the Baltimore Ravens.
Sun, 04 Aug 2002 19:37:54 -0700
PhiladelphiaEagles.com reports Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie addressed an issue that has been a topic of interest since late June, the retirement of QB Randall Cunningham as a member of the Eagles. Cunningham indicated he wanted to retire as an Eagle. The organization, in its first response to Cunningham's stated wish, said that the feeling was mutual.
Tue, 25 Jun 2002 18:47:17 -0700
Quarterback Randall Cunningham, an unrestricted free agent, told Comcast SportsNet that he’s retiring from the league to focus on his family and private business. He said he’d like to retire as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. He played for the Ravens last season.
Sun, 19 May 2002 16:22:49 -0700
The Trenton Times reports free agent QB Randall Cunningham (Ravens) would like to play one or two more years in the NFL. The big question regarding him for 2002 is where will he play. Three teams that look to need a veteran backup QB and could take a look at him are Atlanta, Jacksonville and Pittsburgh. None of have looked into Cunningham at this point, but as training camp approaches could that change?
Thu, 25 Apr 2002 09:37:20 -0700
Don Banks, of CNNSI, reports with the signing of free agent QB Jeff Blake on Wednesday, the Baltimore Ravens now do not plan to re-sign veteran QB Randall Cunningham.
Sat, 20 Apr 2002 20:15:21 -0700
Updating an ongoing story, the Washington Post reports although Baltimore Ravens coach Brian Billick has said the team is interested in pursuing free agent QB Jeff Blake (Saints), it is more likely the team would re-sign QB Randall Cunningham. QB Chris Redman still appears to be starter, at this time.
Sun, 03 Mar 2002 00:25:06 -0800
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens QB Chris Redman said he will be ready to be the team's No. 1 QB starting with the 2002 season. "I'm definitely confident in my abilities," Redman said yesterday. "I think I can compete at this level. But I'm not going to give any predictions. That's not my style. Talk is cheap." The Ravens are banking that Redman, the No. 3 quarterback the past two years, can assume the starting role. The team may also re-sign veteran QB Randall Cunningham as insurance.
Sat, 02 Mar 2002 14:26:24 -0800
The Baltimore Sun reports the Baltimore Ravens are leaning towards promoting Chris Redman to starting quarterback and re-signing QB Randall Cunningham, or another veteran, to serve as the backup. The Ravens could also add a third QB in the NFL Draft.
Sat, 02 Mar 2002 14:18:16 -0800
The Baltimore Sun reports free agent QB Randall Cunningham has been contemplating another retirement but said he'd return to the Baltimore Ravens if head coach Brian Billick invited him to.
Mon, 25 Feb 2002 21:40:40 -0800
Don Banks reports for CNN/SI the sure-thing return of QB Elvis Grbac to the Baltimore Ravens may not be so sure. The Ravens desperately need to restructure Grbac's contract before they would owe him a $6 million option bonus Friday. "Right now it's 50-50," said agent Jim Steiner, Monday. Ravens officials expressed no pessimism a deal couldn't be done, but they were cautious enough in terms of Grbac's negotiations to leave themselves prepared for the unexpected. Steiner said there have been no philosophical changes on the team's part that would changed his client's desire to return to Baltimore. QB Chris Redman could be elevated to No. 1 if Grbac leaves. Another name surfacing Monday - Saints QB Jeff Blake. QB Randall Cunningham remains a candidate to return to Baltimore in a backup role.
Mon, 18 Feb 2002 20:21:11 -0800
Updating an earlier story, the Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens TE Shannon Sharpe was not a happy camper Monday. After being told he was being released, he was more upset at the way the team handled the expansion draft and not his own soon-to-be release, which he said he expected. He also questioned coach Brian Billick's handling of QB Elvis Grbac last season. Sharpe was dismayed the team would let LB Jamie Sharper and WR/KR Jermaine Lewis go via expansion. He also thought the team should have made a switch to QB Randall Cunningham, when Grbac struggled last season. Sharpe said he will look to go another team. "Tampa Bay looks good. There is a possibility I could be back in Denver. I can catch 80 balls over the next two years."
Mon, 21 Jan 2002 19:33:35 -0800
As an update to a previous report, Baltimore Ravens backup QB Randall Cunningham said Monday he could be back for another season. He had planned to make this his final season. He said Monday that he would reconsider if coach Brian Billick wants him to return. "If he wants me to come back next season, he's just got to ask me," Cunningham said. "I believe my heart's desire is still strong to play football." "I would not totally exclude the possibility of Randall coming back. Randall and I will talk about that when we have more time to separate ourselves from where we are right now, and when I and he have more information," said Billick Monday.
Sun, 20 Jan 2002 18:53:29 -0800
Paul Sullivan reports for the Chicago Tribune Baltimore Ravens coach Brian Billick said Sunday he never considered pulling QB Elvis Grbac for backup Randall Cunningham. "It's very easy to just say, 'Yeah, I could've put Randall in and had tipped balls and dropped balls and holding calls and missed assignments and it would not have changed the outcome,"' Billick said.
Sat, 12 Jan 2002 17:37:34 -0800
Mike Bruton reports for the Philadelphia Inquirer Baltimore Ravens backup QB Randall Cunningham had been saying this would be his last season. It now appears he could play at least one more season.
Sun, 30 Dec 2001 21:57:51 -0800
The Houston Chronicle reports Dallas Cowboys QB Quincy Carter set a team record today for QBs with 10 rushing attempts. He broke Randall Cunningham's record of nine.
Thu, 20 Dec 2001 06:53:13 -0800
The Daily Times reports Philadelphia Eagles QB Donovan McNabb needs 269 passing yards to become the first Eagle since Randall Cunningham (1988-90) with consecutive 3,000-yard passing seasons.
Tue, 06 Nov 2001 10:51:02 -0800
Brent Jones reports for the Baltimore Sun that Baltimore Ravens WR Travis Taylor may become a bigger part of the offense now that Elvis Grbac (chest) is returning to the starting lineup. In the last two games together, Taylor hauled in 9 passes for 170 yards and 1 TD. With Randall Cunningham at QB, Taylor only had 5 catches for 39 yards.
Sat, 03 Nov 2001 19:16:18 -0800
ESPN reports the Baltimore Ravens will start QB Randall Cunningham tomorrow in place of the injured Elvis Grbac (chest).
Wed, 31 Oct 2001 16:02:45 -0800
Associated Press reports Baltimore Ravens QB Elvis Grbac (chest) participated in Wednesday's practice on a limited basis. He said he's still-day-to-day right now and he'll see how he feels tomorrow. If he cannot play this weekend, he'd be replaced by Randall Cunningham once again.
Sun, 28 Oct 2001 09:42:14 -0800
ESPN's John Clayton reports Baltimore Ravens RB Terry Allen (ankle) is out for today's game against the Jaguars. TE Shannon Sharpe (knee) and TE Todd Heap (ankle) are both expected to play. QB Elvis Grbac (chest) has been declared inactive. As reported, Randall Cunningham will start today.
Sun, 28 Oct 2001 08:37:19 -0800
FOX Sports Net reports Baltimore Ravens QB Elvis Grbac (chest) will be the team's No. 3 QB today. Randall Cunningham will get the starting nod for the Ravens while Chris Redman serves as the No. 2 QB.
Sun, 28 Oct 2001 07:56:52 -0800
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens QB Elvis Grbac (chest) has not ruled himself out of today's game. He remains a game time decision for the team. If he cannot play, Randall Cunningham would replace him in the starting lineup.
Fri, 26 Oct 2001 21:49:40 -0700
As an update to an earlier report, the Washington Post reports although he did not practice Friday, Baltimore Ravens QB Elvis Grbac said he felt "a little better." Coach Brian Billick said he would make a decision shortly before kickoff about where Grbac would fit in the quarterback rotation. QB Randall Cunningham worked almost exclusively with the first team all week and will start if Grbac has not recovered sufficiently. QB Chris Redman would be the team's No. 2 QB with Grbac as the No. 3 or emergency QB. If Grbac had to play, all he would do is hand off.
Thu, 25 Oct 2001 07:17:08 -0700
Jamison Hensley reports for the Baltimore Sun that Baltimore Ravens QB Elvis Grbac (chest) will likely be a gametime decision for the team this weekend. He threw very little on Wednesday, while Randall Cunningham took the majority of the snaps with the first-string defense. Head coach Brian Billick said he'll probably make his decision "about 30 seconds before the team comes out of the tunnel" on Sunday. Grbac said it's an injury he needs to be smart with as it involves a lot of the things he does throwing the ball.
Wed, 24 Oct 2001 13:05:36 -0700
ESPNews reports QB Elvis Grbac (chest) will not throw during today's practice. He remains listed as questionable for this weekend's game. Veteran QB Randall Cunningham is taking the snaps with the first team offense for the Baltimore Ravens today.
Sun, 14 Oct 2001 15:41:05 -0700
Updating an earlier story, SportsLine.com reports Baltimore Ravens QB Elvis Grbac suffered a sprained neck during today' game. He had to leave and was replaced by Randall Cunningham.
Fri, 07 Sep 2001 21:21:54 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens coach Brian Billick said his direction on QB could go in a few different directions. The most likely is that Chris Redman will be the mop-up man, with Randall Cunningham coming in should Elvis Grbac go down with an injury. Redman, as has been said all along, will get the most practice work at No. 2. Cunningham is fine with that as he plans to retire at the end of this season.
Fri, 24 Aug 2001 21:40:04 -0700
The Washington Post reports Baltimore Ravens QB Chris Redman did not lock down the team's No. 2 QB position during Thursday's pre-season game. Redman was 7 for 13 for 52 yards in playing the second half against the Panthers but was intercepted twice. "He's going to need another game for me to get into a comfort zone that he can handle those duties," coach Brian Billick said of Redman. If that does not happen, Billick will promote QB Randall Cunningham to No. 2.
Fri, 24 Aug 2001 10:53:41 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens WR Patrick Johnson made an unexpected start in last night's game. Johnson started in place of Brandon Stokley and played most of the first half. TE John Jones had to leave the game early with a left ankle sprain. QB Randall Cunningham, WRs Adrian Burnette, Damian Swain, Albert Horsey and QB Tim Hasselbeck did not play.
Sun, 12 Aug 2001 15:12:09 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens QB Elvis Grbac will only play about eight to 10 plays in tomorrow's pre-season game. He'll be followed by Randall Cunningham who will also see about eight to 10 plays. QB Chris Redman should enter the game late in the second quarter and play the rest of the game, coach Brian Billick said.
Mon, 06 Aug 2001 18:57:09 -0700
Kevin Langbaum reports for the Baltimore Sun it appears the training camp performance of QB Chris Redman may vault him over veteran QB Randall Cunningham to No. 2 on the team's QB depth chart. "It’s our intention for [Redman] to be the backup, and it’s our intention if something happens during a game that Chris will be the backup," coach Brian Billick said. Whether Redman sees more game action this year depends on Elvis Grbac’s performance and health, but as the second-stringer he’s certain to see increased minutes in practice.
Tue, 12 Jun 2001 14:26:59 -0700
As an update to previous reports, QB Randall Cunningham's one-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens is worth $500,000.
Wed, 06 Jun 2001 13:25:32 -0700
According to the Baltimore Sun, Baltimore Ravens third-string QB Randall Cunningham joined the team in practice on Tuesday and threw the football for the first time as a member of the Ravens.
Tue, 05 Jun 2001 00:11:40 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore Ravens TE Shannon Sharpe, LB Ray Lewis and S Rod Woodson all were absent with the Ravens kicked off their mini-camp on Monday morning. The team expected Woodson to arrive later in the afternoon and he may take part in Tuesday's drills. QB Randall Cunningham officially signed his one-year deal with the team earlier in the afternoon and underwent a physical. He didn't participate in today's workouts.
Tue, 29 May 2001 09:24:54 -0700
SportsLine.com's Len Pasquarelli reports the Baltimore Ravens have finally reached a formal contract agreement with free agent QB Randall Cunningham (Cowboys). The Ravens plan to have Cunningham serve as the No. 3 quarterback during practice while second-year QB Chris Redman works behind Elvis Grbac. However, Cunningham would serve as the top guy off the bench if Grbac were injured during a game.
Fri, 25 May 2001 01:16:49 -0700
The Baltimore Sun reports the Baltimore Ravens and free agent QB Randall Cunningham (Cowboys) continue to move forward on a one-year deal. Cunningham stated he's looking over a contract from the team but nothing is official as of yet. If the deal collapses the Ravens may then turn their attention towards free agent QB Moses Moreno, who was cut by the Chargers earlier this month.
Wed, 23 May 2001 03:21:14 -0700
According to the Baltimore Sun, the Baltimore Ravens' top-two free agent priorities left are re-signing FB Sam Gash and adding free agent QB Randall Cunningham (Cowboys). Both players have shown interest in signing with the Ravens this year but the Ravens will now have to find a way to open more room under the salary cap in order to sign them. According to the report, the Ravens may have to release one or two other veteran players in order to sign Gash and Cunningham.
Wed, 25 Apr 2001 03:06:47 -0700
As an update to previous reports, the Baltimore Sun reports the Baltimore Ravens and QB Randall Cunningham don't have a deal worked out yet but have seemed to have reached an agreement that will have Cunningham sign with the team later this summer. Cunningham would serve as the team's No. 3 QB. Unless something changes in the next month, Cunningham will likely join the team after June 1st.
Tue, 24 Apr 2001 02:43:04 -0700
The Star-Telegram reports free agent QB Randall Cunningham is about to sign a contract with the Baltimore Ravens. "It's Baltimore, but I just haven't signed yet," Cunningham said Monday. Cunningham is expected to back up QB Elvis Grbac and help in the development of QB Chris Redman. Cunningham wanted to return to the Cowboys for the 2001 season and after drawing interest from the Ravens and Raiders he selected the Ravens.
Fri, 20 Apr 2001 11:26:53 -0700
According to the Baltimore Sun, the Baltimore Ravens are still pondering the idea of bringing in free agent QB Randall Cunningham (Dallas) as their third quarterback. They are not sure if he'll be willing to accept that role. If Cunningham were to sign, coach Brian Billick could still promote Chris Redman to No. 2 so he will get more repetitions in practice, but make Cunningham the top replacement if starter Elvis Grbac gets injured.
Wed, 28 Mar 2001 09:23:42 -0800
The Star Telegram reports newly signed Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Banks would love to see the team re-sign QB Randall Cunningham. He said Cunningham was the QB he grew up watching. Cunningham has said he'd like to be a starter again, but he doesn't see Banks in a Cowboys uniform as anything but a plus. "I know Tony a little bit. I think I could have a good impact on him," Cunningham said. The Cowboys want to carry two veteran quarterbacks although to do so will require some creative contract restructuring. Cunningham said neither he nor the Cowboys were in a hurry to get anything done. "Jerry (Jones) knows that my first choice is to be with the Cowboys," said Cunningham.
Wed, 21 Mar 2001 21:23:55 -0800
CNN/SI's Don Banks reports scouts with the Dallas Cowboys are reportedly telling owner Jerry Jones to sign former Carolina QB Steve Beuerlein. He has expressed interest in rejoining Dallas. Jones spoke again Wednesday with free agent QB Randall Cunningham, who continues to express optimism that he will re-sign with Dallas in the coming weeks. The team cannot afford to sign both. Free agent WR Carl Pickens (Tennessee) visited Dallas on Wednesday and is being considered as a replacement for WR James McKnight, who signed with Miami.
Sat, 10 Mar 2001 02:33:08 -0800
Ray Buck reports for the Star-Telegram QB Randall Cunningham has been staying in touch with Dallas owner Jerry Jones. "Whoever they sign, I don't think that'll keep me from playing for the Cowboys," said Cunningham. Tony Banks remains the Cowboys top choice to be the No. 1 QB for 2001. As previously reported, Steve Beuerlein also would interest the Cowboys at the right price. Cunningham added he knew it would be a long process for Dallas to rectify its' QB situation. He canceled a visit to see the Ravens, who are interested in him as a backup QB, after it was decided Cunningham and Ravens coach Brian Billick knew each other so well a visit was not needed.
Fri, 09 Mar 2001 20:49:02 -0800
After earlier saying their was no interest in QB Ryan Leaf, David Moore reports for Fox Sports several sources with the Cowboys have said the team will probably pursue Leaf - if he is released by Tampa Bay. As previously reported, Leaf is scheduled to meet with team officials next week. "Sure we'll take a look at him," one Cowboys official said. "He was the second player taken in the draft. That's a guy you have to discuss." The Bucs will reportedly ask Leaf to redo his $1.5 million contract since he is now the No. 3 QB. If he refuses, he could be waived. QB Tony Banks reportedly remains at the top of Dallas' wish list for QB. Randall Cunningham also remains an option.
Wed, 07 Mar 2001 21:46:37 -0800
According to Don Banks of CNN/SI in addition to the previously reported Tony Banks, who looks like the early leader for the job, sources close to the Cowboys say QB Randall Cunningham could be re-signed as a replacement for the released Troy Aikman. Cunningham voided his contract to become an unrestricted free agent after reaching an incentive clause in his contract. Sources say Cowboys owner Jerry Jones likes the chemistry Cunningham had with the offense last season. He reportedly has spoken positively to Cunningham about his chances of re-signing with the team. Cunningham also has reportedly been contacted by Baltimore and may receive an offer to serve as the team's No. 3 QB and mentor to No. 2 QB Chris Redman.
Tue, 06 Mar 2001 10:07:44 -0800
The Dallas Morning News reports free agent QB Tony Banks (Ravens) is in Dallas meeting with the Cowboys. If signed, he could start for the Cowboys if Troy Aikman isn't on the roster next season. If Aikman returns, Banks would be a good No. 2 QB for the team. Banks said he and the Cowboys were in the preliminary stages of discussing what his role would be. The Cowboys have Aikman, Anthony Wright and Clint Stoerner as the three current QBs under contract. Randall Cunningham reached incentive clauses that voided his contract and made him an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season. If Banks is made an offer, the type of offer he gets, may signal the future of Aikman with the team. Cowboys offensive coordinator Jack Reilly was Banks offensive coordinator in 1996 in St. Louis.
Fri, 02 Mar 2001 01:20:43 -0800
According to the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs have plenty of options when it comes to replacing QB Elvis Grbac. One solution, as previously reported, is to stick with Todd Collins. GM/president Carl Peterson called evaluating Collins his first option. They could use their $6 million in cap space to pursue Brad Johnson, Doug Flutie, Ryan Leaf, Randall Cunningham or Trent Dilfer. "Free-agency is definitely something we will look at," Peterson said. They could trade for another QB, but as previously reported they are hesitant to deal away their first round pick which such a trade may cost. They could also select and develop a QB of the future in April's NFL draft. It won't be long until we know the team's choice.
Thu, 21 Dec 2000 09:51:24 -0800
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports Dallas Cowboys QB Randall Cunningham said he isn't sure what direction QB Troy Aikman will go at the end of the year but Cunningham stated it's going to have a big impact on what he decides to do. Cunningham said if Aikman returns to the Cowboys, he'd like to as well. Cunningham is a free agent at the end of the year as he hit incentives in his contract that allowed him to void his deal next year.