Undrafted, Randle fought his way to become a monster on the Vikings defense in the 1990s. He recorded 137 1/2 sacks (leading the league with 15 1/2 in 1997). He was a first-team All-Pro from 1993-98 and made six straight Pro Bowls from 1994-99. With Randle leading the defense, the Vikings helped unseat the Bears atop the NFL Central and battled with Brett Favre's Packers throughout the decade for supremacy in the black-and-blue division. He finished his career with three seasons in Seattle, making the 2002 Pro Bowl.