Bradley Randle

#38RB,
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: 193
Born:
College: UNLV
Birth Place: Anaheim, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • The fans of the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Lions have the longest championship droughts
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    The fans of the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Lions have the longest championship droughts

    When the Chicago Cubs won the World Series last year, they ended the longest championship drought in North American Sports — 108 years. Now that the Cubs drought is over, which team has now gone the longest without a championship? The answer can be tricky. If we look just at franchises, the honor goes to the NFL's Cardinals, who have not won a championship since 1947. However, that title was won in Chicago and the team has only been in Arizona since 1988 (with a stop in St. Louis in between). It doesn't seem fair to say Arizona Cardinals fans have suffered the longest. Instead, let's look at which fan bases have suffered without a title the longest. In that case, the title goes to the fans of

  • Fantasy Football 2017: Preseason Week 3 rookie running back preview
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    Fantasy Football 2017: Preseason Week 3 rookie running back preview

    With two games officially under their belts, the 2017 rookie class is starting to make their presence felt in the NFL. Most rookies will not see the field much in the regular season. However, there are a handful of rookies who will make a mark on the league and in fantasy right away. This week teams prepare for preseason Week 3, the prelude to the regular season. Looking ahead to such a pivotal game, here are some rookie rushers worth watching and a preview of their fantasy impact. Fournette has been ruled out for the Jaguars third preseason game. The team hosts the Carolina Panthers Thursday night. Fournette has been battling a foot injury since preseason Week 1, the same foot that bothered

  • USA Today

    Vikings rebrand charitable arm for youth health and wellness

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have relaunched their charitable arm, targeting childhood hunger, obesity, fitness and education. The Minnesota Vikings Foundation will replace the Vikings Children's Fund, which has donated almost $12 million to youth-related causes since 1978. The Vikings announced the initiative Wednesday, welcoming fifth and sixth graders from Minneapolis and St. Paul to meet the team, eat lunch, participate in a health and wellness program and pick up a backpack filled with school supplies. Vikings ownership has pledged $1 million as a catalyst for the foundation. One of the first programs will be a food truck directed toward children without access to adequate