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Randall Cunninghams son drowns in Hot Tub

Christian Cunningham, at the age of 2 was found floating in the hot tub in the backyard of the family's home in Las Vegas. Randall was out of town during the incident in either San Diego or on his way back.


Full Article - Link: http://nfl.fanhouse.com/2010/06/30/randall-cunninghams-2-year-old-son-drowns-in-familys-hot-tub/

I know with the off-season the news of anything Vikings related is normally slow. But, given that Randall did give us a good season when he played for the Vikings, I didn't want to over look this article so hopefully we can all pay our dues.

Interesting enough, I didn't know that after Randall had retired in 2001, he became an ordained minister. Its nice seeing people doing great things with their lives in life after football.

Its sad to hear such a tragedy, especially to one of our former QBs. RIP

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