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Encyclopedia > Sonny Randle
Sonny Randle with Charley Johnson
are featured on the cover of SI
Date of birth January 6, 1936
Place of birth Cohasset, VA
Date of death
Position(s) WR
College Virginia
Draft [[ NFL Draft#Round_|]] / Round
Pro Bowls 4
Awards
Honors
Retired #s
Records
Statistics Pro Football Reference
Statistics NFL.com
Statistics DatabaseFootball
Statistics ESPN
Statistics Sports Illustrated
Team(s)
1959-1966
1967-1968
1968
St. Louis Cardinals
San Francisco 49ers
Dallas Cowboys
Pro Football Hall of Fame, [[]]

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