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Randy Moss, one of the most well known modern day football stars is already beginning to show his true colors on national television. During an episode of the new Fox Football Daily, Moss was asked about who he predicted to win the NFC East this season. Although Randy Moss has always been one for quotable moments on camera, this one may just take the cake. Moss was quoted saying, “if RG3′s knee holds up, straight Skins, homie.”
Even though Moss has his moments of comedy, he does also give some insightful opinions. Later on in the show, Moss was asked on his opinion of Mike Shanahan and RG3′s disagreement regarding when the quarterback should come back to play.
“So basically what I think the Washington Redskins are doing is protecting their investment. Because I think that last play of the playoffs when he laid on the ground, didn’t get to the ball, as a football fan, that was just a bad sight to see. Now that he’s ready, I don’t think it’s a conflict, but I really think that Coach Shanahan’s looking out for the best interest of the team and the organization.”
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According to a BlackSportsOnline article Randy Moss doesn’t want people to consider him as a member of the media.
“I don’t like that term. I just like being called part of FOX Football Daily and our Sunday show. I am not part of the media. That’s not my label, and I don’t want it to start now. I love the game of football, and this is just a new way for me to be part of...
When I heard Randy Moss was hired by Fox Sports my first thoughts were not exactly positive, although I knew it wouldn’t be long before he made a statement worth quoting. As it turns out, I was right as Moss recently stated that “if RGIII’s knee hold’s up, It’s straight ‘Skins homie.” Moss also commented [...]
I bet he’ll “straight cash” those media checks.
During his NFL career Randy Moss wasn’t one of the most “media friendly” players. And now that he’s technically a member of the media, as an analyst for the new Fox Sports 1 network, he doesn’t like that label.
“I don’t like that term. I just like being called part of FOX Football Daily and our Sunday show. I...
Randy Moss was a one-of-a-kind player, and he’s hoping to be a one-of-a-kind football analyst on TV. But forgive him if he’s not quite ready to assume the title that was a dirty word when he was playing for the other side.
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