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Randy Moss arrived at the New England Patriots five years ago thinking he knew a lot about football.
Then, he began playing for Bill Belichick. Moss' mindset regarding his own football knowledge changed in a hurry. Only then did he learn the intricacies of his sport from ''A to Z,'' as the 49ers wide receiver now puts it.
Moss returns to Foxborough, Mass., this weekend with his new team to face the high-scoring Patriots in prime time - a matchup of Tom Brady and the AFC's top offense against NFL sacks leader Aldon Smith and the NFC's No. 2 defense.
The 35-year-old Moss hardly has the playmaking role as a 14th-year pro that he did as a youngster in the league, yet that didn't stop Belichick from piling on the praise this week.
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Wide Receiver Randy Moss is a veteran’s veteran. He is also a student of the game of football.
I would dare to say that upon his retirement as a player, it would not be a shock to watch Moss rise through the coaching ranks to become an eventual offensive coordinator.
Moss recently sat down and discussed his feelings about the rise of 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and...
For future Hall-of-Fame wide receiver Randy Moss, his return to the NFL after a year away has been largely a good experience despite the fact that he's not a primary target on a team that hasn't thrown the ball much. Through 13 games, Moss has 21 catches for 326 yards and a pair of scores. On Sunday, he'll return to Foxborough, Mass., to play against a coach, Bill Belichick...
Randy Moss joined the New England Patriots five years ago thinking he knew a lot about football. Then, he began playing for Bill Belichick. Moss' mindset regarding his own football knowledge changed in a hurry. Only then did he learn the intricacies of his sport from ''A to Z,'' as the 49ers wide receiver now puts it.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss told the media that when quarterback Colin Kaeperncik made his first start a few week’s ago against the Bears, he ended up dislocating his finger with one of his “fast balls.”
“Man, he dislocated my finger,” Moss said , per CSN Bay Area.
“Really, the play was designed for the ball to be thrown in the first hole,” Moss said...
Colin Kaepernick had made a lot of plays with his legs for the San Francisco 49ers, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he can’t throw. Not only has he completed more than 67% of his passes this season, but Kaepernick is also capable of putting some zip on the ball and sticking it into tight spots. Randy Moss said that is the reason he recently suffered the first dislocated finger...
The New England Patriots have been the NFL’s Betty Ford Clinic rehabbing talented players that many thought were lost and also losing a few battles along the way.
After hits and misses with the likes of Randy Moss and Albert Haynesworth, the team’s latest project has come in the form of former No.1 draft pick Aqib Talib.
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The ringleaders of the Patriots dynasty, coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, cover the spectrum of Patriots/49ers during their Wednesday news conferences before media that cover the Patriots.
Bill Belichick and Doc Rivers are part of a very unique Boston coaching fraternity, but the similarities go beyond the city that they represent.
The similarities also go beyond championship jewelry, which both Belichick and Rivers have been fortunate enough to obtain during their time in New England. According to Celtics guard Jason Terry, Belichick and Rivers actually have very...
NinersDigest’s Craig Massei and PatriotsInsider’s Jon Scott go Behind Enemy Lines to take an inside look at 49ers/Patriots. Are we still seeing ‘Wow’ moments from Randy Moss? Why was the move made to Colin Kaepernick at QB? What’s behind SF’s rushing success? How will the 49ers stop Tom Brady, and is Brady up there with Joe Montana among the greatest QBs of all-time?...
What a riveting interview! It's great the relationship that the coaches of the Celtics and Patriots have. One thing I always bring up is how Belichick called Rivers for his opinion on Brandon Spikes before drafting him, since Spikes was dating Rivers' daughter.Needless to say, that worked out pretty well.Be sure to check out CelticsLife for the best coverage of the Celtics...