Former Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham is reportedly joining the Las Vegas Raiders organization.
While Cunningham, 57, can still likely throw bombs to Raiders receivers, he'll be guiding them spiritually as the team chaplain, according to ESPN.
"I'm elated, flabbergasted," Cunningham told ESPN on Friday. "I've already been in on some [Zoom] meetings with the team. I plan on spending a lot of time with the guys when it's OK. I've talked with Marcus Mariota, Nelson Agholor. What an amazing group of people Mark Davis and Jon Gruden have put together."
Cunningham played his college ball at UNLV and coached high school football in Las Vegas for a couple of seasons a few years back.
Randall has spent much of the past few years working with daughter, Vashti, and son, Randall II, in their quest for Olympic dreams.
The former NFL MVP is highly regarded around the league and will be a solid addition to the Raiders organization. His Twitter account, which is mostly dormant, has the handle "PastorRandallC."
Randall worked with Raiders head coach Jon Gruden during his playing days in Philadelphia.
"He's going to take care of the guys in Las Vegas," Raiders owner Mark Davis told ESPN.com. "Jon had him address the team in a team Zoom [recently] and he did a really good job of setting the stage for the team in Las Vegas.
Just last week, NBC Sports Philadelphia ranked Randall as the second best quarterback in Eagles history.