Found February 14, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:

Heath Evans of the NFL Network sent a text message to free agent wide receiver Randy Moss and asked him what his 40 yard dash time is right now. Moss repsonded by saying that he’d run a 4.35 to 4.38 forty.

We all know forty yard dash times don’t make a player great, but if Moss still has the speed and quickness to get seperation from defenders, he’ll once again be a force in the NFL as long his attitude is good and he’s in the right situation.

If I was an NFL general manager I wouldn’t waste my time with Moss. I’d be looking for another Victor Cruz.

 

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