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Randy Moss has never been shy to speak his mind when an opportunity presented itself. And if there’s one topic he’s well versed it, it’s wide receivers overcoming personal, off-the-field issues to have Hall of Fame careers. This week, while speaking with Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, Moss took another opportunity to have his voice heard. This time, he was speaking on another troubled wide receiver, his short-term teammate with the Titans, Kenny Britt. “I can’t really speak about it because I have been into trouble off the field myself. But from what I have seen Kenny Britt do, man, if he gets his mind right, Kenny Britt can get up in elite class very quickly. I am a big fan of his.” Moss went on to favorably compare Britt to the likes of AJ Green and Julio Jones, two of the top young wide receivers in the NFL today. Britt has never been able to have that kind of a break-out campaign though, whether due to injuries like the torn ACL that sidelined him in 2011, or off-field issues that have cost him games through suspension. His 2010 season of 42 catches for 775 yards and 9TDs remains his [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
For the “greatest wide receiver of all-time,” the self-acclaimed Randy Moss went from Super Bowl to Super Bummed in a matter of 3.5 days. He is now no longer a Niner.
The San Francisco 49ers have ended the season with an aging Moss, who turns 36 next week.
According to statistics researched by staff writer Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle, Kaepernick heavily favored...
Randy Moss told The Tennessean that he believes Titans’ wide receiver Kenny Britt can be one of the top receivers in the league if he works hard and focuses. “I can’t really speak about it because I have been into trouble off the field myself,” Moss said. “But from what I have seen Kenny Britt do, man, if he gets his mind right, Kenny Britt can get up in elite class very...
Before the 2012 season started, 49ers tight end Delanie Walker indicated that he would love to re-sign with the 49ers this offseason, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
“I like playing for the 49ers, I like our system and I love the head coach,” Walker said. “So whatever I can do, or whatever the organization can do to get me here, that’s what I want to do.”
According to the Sacramento Bee, former first round pick A.J. Jenkins says he’s going to be a different player next season after essentially doing nothing as a rookie in 2012.
The 49ers’ 2012 first-round draft pick said he wants to return next season as “a totally different player” and that he planned to work out with buddy Colin Kaepernick during the offseason.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt is a freak of nature, and has been compared to Randy Moss in terms of his athletic ability.
Moss spent a half season as a teammate with Britt and says he’s impressed by what he saw. Moss was asked about Britt’s potential, and how it coincides with his off the field trouble.
Moss refused to comment on his off-field troubles, but per Pro...
BUY THE HYPE
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs proclaimed himself a Colin Kaepernick believer after playing the 49ers QB in the Super Bowl.
Colin Kaepernick is loving is new found fame, as being the man who stole the starting quarterback position away from Alex Smith and then leading the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl only to LOSE the big game to the Baltimore Ravens.Saturday night, Kaepernick attended, along with big A list music stars, attended Clove Davis Pre-Grammy Party.Kaepernick was a big hit with...
Jack Harbuagh, the father of Jim and John Harbaugh, says he is not joining the debate over the fourth down no-call of Super Bowl XLVII (Credit: AP Photo)
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh was just a little fired up over the referees not throwing a flag on the last 4th down play of Super Bowl XLVII. In fact, Harbaugh believes the referees missed not only a pass interference...
Triple Shot: San Francisco 49ers
By Eric Judd
San Francisco 49ers
Major Need: Cornerback
Best Shot: Desmond Trufant CB Washington. Sitting at (nearly) the end of the first round, San Francisco won’t be in a position to draft the class’ top cornerback. Trufant, however would provide an immediate upgrade to, and replacement for, Chris Culliver, who...
I thought today I'd take a brief break from our series of positional analyses to look at a broader issue of how teams build a roster.
I wrote about this at Football Outsiders, but in the NFL, there are, more or less, five ways you can acquire a player:
a. Draft them. Drafted players are subject to team control at a relatively modest price for four years (five for first...