Just be aware if you do:

  UPDATE MyTAble
    SET MyNumber = SELECT dbo.RandomDate(RAND())

Then every row updated will have the same random date.

If you need a random date for every row (hopefully you don't, or this is a one time run), you can use a view as I suggested earlier:

  CREATE VIEW RandomNumber
  AS
    SELECT RAND() AS number

Then inside of your UDF:

  SELECT number FROM RandomNumber

will give you a random number. Just remember the caveats from my first post.