John Randle is a Hearne, Texas native. While at Texas A&I he was named Lonestar Conference Lineman of the Year twice and was a 1988 All-American. Randle went undrafted but played 14 seasons in the NFL, 11 of them with the Minnesota Vikings (1990-2000) and three with the Seattle Seahawks (2001-2003). The 6'4 287 pound defensive tackle is the career sacks leader with 137.5 for his position. Randle sacked Brett Favre more times than any other quarterback during his career. He also led the league in sacks in 1997 with 15.5. No. 93 was named an All Pro seven times and was also named to the NFL's All-Decade Team in the 1990s. He was selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2010. Randle was inducted into the hall of fame as part of the class of 2010.