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On Monday, former Randy Moss teammate and mentor Cris Carter said that Moss can still run the 40-yard dash in 4.3 seconds. On Tuesday, Carter applied a caveat to that assessment. “The one thing you have to address with Randy Moss is not a conditioning thing,” Carter told ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in the…
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Early Monday, Randy Moss took to Ustream to announce his intentions to return to the NFL and play next in the 2012 season.
Randy Moss announced Monday he wants to play football next season. ESPN employee Cris Carter seemed to support Moss’ comeback Monday, boasting about his former teammate’s elite speed. But Carter pointed out a downside Tuesday.
“The one thing you have to address with Randy Moss is not a conditioning thing,” Carter said on Mike & Mike in the Morning. “It’s not an...
As he was celebrating his 35th birthday, Randy Moss made it clear that he wants to further celebrate by making his return to the NFL in 2012. Citing family issues as the reason for his sitting out the entire 2011 season, he told those who would listen that ”Faith, family and football, that’s my M.O., bro, Your boy be back for the upcoming season.”
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Word is he’s not done. But then who would’ve thought it would have publicly escalated into a feud with Randy Moss and Cris Carter? Upon hearing the news that Moss suddenly isn’t quitting on his NFL career, Carter offered his take this morning on “Mike & Mike in the Morning” on ESPN Radio. Carter, now sitting in a television studio to analyze the NFL for ESPN, weighed...
Yes, the New England Patriots could use Moss in a serious way. In addition, according to a source close to Moss, the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Jets are at least curious and the San Francisco 49ers could look to fill a hole if they let go of Josh Morgan in free agency. A source with one of those teams conveyed via text it would be “intriguing” to see what...
After becoming the first player in NFL history to play for three teams in a single season during the 2010 NFL season, WR Randy Moss decided he was going to retire from the football life. The retirement from the NFL appears to be over with Randy Moss announcing today that he wants to return to the NFL in 2012. Moss took to Ustream to make the announcement.
Randy Moss just announced via his Ustream channel that he is returning to football. Where does Moss the boss fit? Could it be in Eagle green?
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