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Warren Sapp and Heath Evans are both former teammates of Randy Moss, and both men see significant challenges standing in the way of a return to the NFL for the mercurial receiver.
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It was considered “doubtful” to transpire even seven months ago, and absolutely nothing has changed since — there won’t be a second tour of duty for Randy Moss in New England.
The Boston Globe reports the “feeling” around the organization is that the “ship has sailed” on a possible Moss-Patriots reunion.
Moss, who announced on Monday his intentions to return to the...
According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Glode, the feeling in the New England area is that the Patriots aren’t interested in bringing free agent Randy Moss back for next season.
Even though the Patriots need a vertical threat at the wide receiver position, they need to fill that void through the draft or by signing a free agent that isn’t past his prime.
Randy Moss did not play in the NFL last season, but he announced last week he’s planning to make a comeback for the upcoming season. Warren Sapp, his former teammate in Oakland, says he wouldn’t sign the wide receiver.
“I’ve already played with [Randy] Moss, and what Cris Carter said — first time Cris ever said anything I agree with, I mean it’s the first time that...
Randy Moss raised a bunch of eyebrows and started the buzz this week by saying he wanted to unretire. And the wheels started churning. Could the former Patriots WR be a current Patriots WR?
While I think it’s unlikely (and ill-advised), analysts haven’t downplayed the possibilities. Moss does need structure and an offensive coordinator (like Josh McDaniels) who knows how to...
The New England Patriots need help at wide receiver. Stevie Johnson may need a new team. While it sounds great on paper, this is not a good fit at all, especially for the Patriots.
Then again, it isn’t the ideal fit for Johnson either.
I wrote earlier if the Patriots would consider signing Randy Moss, Reggie Wayne or Brandon Lloyd. I mentioned those three names because...
With Randy Moss poised to return to the league, in hopes of playing for a "contender," Len Pasquarelli takes a look at the price of top tier talent at the receiver position. Sometimes, you don't need to pay a steep price to get big talent.