Found March 12, 2012 on
Ted Ginn Jr
San Francisco 49ers
New Orleans Saints
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Randy Moss has officially signed with the San Francisco 49ers for a one year deal.
After working out with the team and specifically coach Jim Harbaugh who threw Moss passes, the 49ers acquired the big-play wide out.
After impressing in a workout last week with the New Orleans Saints (he blew away everyone by running 4.4.), several teams were supposedly interested in Moss according to NFL.com. However, the 49ers won out and we’ll now have an experienced play-maker they desperately needed.
According to the Bay Area News Group, 49ers CEO Jed York admitted on Monday that they were looking for an explosive addition to their receivers. He stated, “Jim (Harbaugh) and Trent (Baalke) want to see if he can play. We need someone to stretch the field. It’s up to Jim and Trent to see if maybe it can fit.”
The 49ers benefit from greatly from this deal as they only had two receivers under contract after releasing Braylon Edwards in December along with Jo...
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A person with knowledge of the negotiations says Randy Moss is back in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers.
ESPN first reported the move by the 49ers, who also have been mentioned in the Peyton Manning sweepstakes.
Moss agreed to a one-year deal Monday with the reigning NFC West champions, according to a person who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because...
After announcing on his Ustream channel that he wanted to return to the NFL, Randy Moss will indeed get his wish. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Moss will make his return with the 49ers.Moss reportedly agreed to a one year deal after working out for the 49ers today. And though signed quarterback couldn’t throw to Moss, head coach Jim Harbaugh filled in and the 49ers obviously...
Randy Moss is back in the NFL, this time with the San Francisco 49ers. He said he is ready to accept the challenge, still has a passion for football and has gotten a bad rap from “the worldwide sports media.”
For Randy Moss, signing with the 49ers isn’t just about showing people he can still play. He also wants to prove he has what it takes to be a supportive teammate.
“I think when it comes to the world-wide sports media, I’ve gotten a bad rap … not being a team player and things like that,” Moss said Monday after signing a one-year deal with the Niners. “I really don’t...
The 49′ers and 35-year old Randy Moss came to terms on a year deal Monday. Moss did not play the entire 2011 season but after a brief retirement stint. But in 2010 he spent time with the Patriots, Vikings and Titans. You remember how well that worked out right? Aside from the obvious concern, does [...]
The Shiny Hood Ornament Man Laws tells us that teams should chase wide receivers only when all the other elements of success are in place. San Francisco is one of those teams.....
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Randy Moss to the Niners…who blinks first? Him or Coach Harbaugh?
Jim Harbaugh is not going to blink, ever. He is taking a shot at a stud wide receiver to do what he did a few years back. And that is be one of the top five receivers in the league. If Randy Moss doesn’t produce or causes any kind of problems in the clubhouse, he will be gone. That’s it. Jim Harbaugh don’t...
Season 2, Episode 86 of The Terrible Podcast is up and with David Todd dive right into the free agency talk as the new league year begins at 4 p.m. eastern today. We talk about the signing of Randy Moss by the San Francisco 49ers on Monday and how this lessens the chance even more that Mike Wallace will receive an offer sheet from another team. We touch on Peyton Manning once again...
Many people had come to the conclusion that Randy Moss was done in the NFL. After all, his 2010 performance really wasn’t anything to write home about.
28 receptions, 393 yards and five touchdowns in 16 games for three different teams. Despite the lack of production recently, it does seem that multiple teams are interested in the 35 year-old wide receiver.
The New Orleans Saints...