Randall Cunningham is an American former quarterback in the National Football League with a net worth of ten million. As a graduate of the Faculty of Nevada Las Vegas, Randall Cunningham was selected in the next round of the 1985 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. Even thought he already became a starter in the second season of his, he started as a backup player in 1985. From 1988 to 1990, Cunningham passed for 3,400 or more yards in 3 straight months and also had higher touchdown to interception ratios all 3 years. He remained with the Eagles in the 1995 season, after which the retirement of his from football was announced by him, going for a task as an analyst for TNT in 1996. Following 12 months, but, Cunningham's retirement did not last long, getting resumed the career of his the. Throughout 1997, he was signed by the Minnesota Vikings as a backup, and he has taken over as a starter in the second season of his with the team. He had for the Vikings before 1999, when they allow him go to a totally free agency. Cunningham finished the NFL career of his as a backup with the Dallas Cowboys in 2000, and the Baltimore Ravens in 2001. Then he re signed with the Philadelphia Eagles and retired for good in 2002. Together with Johnny Unitas, Cunningham is a three time winner of the Maxwell Football Club's Professional Player of the Year award. He won the trophy in 1988 and 1990, as an Eagle, and also within 1999 as a Viking.
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