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Randy Hymes     

Born: August 7, 1979
Hometown: Hitchcock, TX
6' 3", 215
College: Grambling
Other Pro Experience: NFL 
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Player News
Talons, SaberCats renew new rivalry
San Antonio Express

Power Make Last-Minute Tweaks to Training Camp Roster
CBS Local
Veteran quarterback Andrico Hines and young defensive lineman Moqut Ruffins have accepted assignments, while offensive linemen Mike Byrne and Joe Blanks have been placed on recallable reassignment.

Arizona Rattlers move on to National Conference finals after routing Spokane Shock

Shock tweak roster before playoff
The Spokesman Review

Shock end regular season with loss
The Spokesman Review

Jacksonville Sharks subdue Spokane Shock in final regular season AFL matchup
The Spokesman Review (subscription)

Rowley back in control as Shock QB
The Spokesman Review

Ranking The Top 5 Shock Games
Sports and Weather Right Now

Rowley Sends Emphatic Message To Doubters
Sports and Weather Right Now

Shock sneak past SaberCats with last-gasp TD
The Spokesman Review

Shock can make playoffs by winning out
The Spokesman Review

Shock control playoff destiny
The Spokesman Review

Cleveland Gladiators nip Georgia Force
For perhaps the first time in the history of the Gwinnett Center, a team with "Gladiators" written on their uniforms was booed when they won.

Gladiator has fight back; same for love of football
From the middle of 2006 through the first few months of 2008, the former Baltimore Ravens receiver was in a life slump. Between a handful of deaths in his family and circle of friends, the former Grambling University quarterback had lost his zest for the gridiron.

Gladiators' wild ride continues
The Plain Dealer -
The upstart Gladiators, one season removed from misery in Las Vegas, defeated the Orlando Predators, 69-66, Monday night in a National Conference wild-card game.

UPDATE: Cleveland ousts Orlando from AFL playoffs
The Morning Journal
including four to Robert Redd, and the Cleveland Gladiators defeated the Orlando Predators 69-66 in the Arena Football League playoffs Monday night. ...

Preds' season ends
Orlando Sentinel
The Predators fell to the Cleveland Gladiators 69-66 in the wild-card round of the Arena Football League playoffs at Quicken Loans Arena.

TT Tolliver's fumble stops late drive in Orlando Predators' loss
Orlando Sentinel
Wide receiver T.T. Toliver fumbled the potential go-ahead touchdown with just more than two minutes left, as the Orlando Predators fell to the Cleveland Gladiators 69-66 on Monday night in the wild-card round of the Arena Football League playoffs at Quicken Loans Arena.

Gladiators clinch playoff berth
The Morning Journal
Fans attending last night's Gladiators season finale might have been initially disappointed by the lack of Bernie Kosar bobblehead dolls, but they left with an even bigger prize - a playoff berth.

Gladiators reach playoffs with win
Akron Beacon Journal
The Gladiators didn't have to look any further than their practice squad to find the boost they needed to get into the Arena Football League playoffs in the team's first year in Cleveland.

Gladiators down Destroyers, go from two wins in Vegas to postseason berth in first year in Cleveland
Bernie Kosar stood at the end of the tunnel as Cleveland Gladiators players streamed out of the arena. "Yes, sir playoff bound," the former Browns quarterback yelled as he high-fived each of his Arena Football League players.

Gladiators' triumph a tribute to Bernie Kosar's willingness to learn
The Plain Dealer -
The first thing Bernie Kosar knew about Arena football was that he didn't know much about the Arena Football League. This was an indoor 8-man game played on a 50-yard field, certainly not his father's football league -- or even anything remotely resembling what Kosar played for the Browns in the 1980s and 1990s.