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  Bill Cosby explained in one of his comedy routines (“Himself” in 1983) why grandparents are so nice, “they are old people trying to get into heaven”.  Well in two NFL pre-season camps, I think you are hearing and seeing two old veterans trying to find a way to get the final approval into the Hall of Fame after the waiting period. This March, San Francisco reached out to Randy Moss and gave him an invite to tryout after a year of retirement.  After showing no rust and shades of that All-Pro ability, he earned a one year contract and a chance to show why he was the best  freak of nature.  So far, he has been a model citizen and viewed as the leader of a young receiver group, all at least 8 years younger than he is.  Moss has all of the credentials to get into the Hall, 954 catches, almost 15,000 yards (15.6 yds avg.) and 153 touchdowns (3rd all time), but he wore out his welcome at all of his stops along the way (Minnesota, Oakland, New England, Minnesota act 2, Tennessee...
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