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Which Randy Moss could we see in 2012?
Leave it to Randy Moss to make this an even more interesting offseason aside from all the Peyton Manning drama. After a brief hiatus and a year off in 2011, Moss is going to attempt a comeback for the 2012 season. While speaking during his 35th birthday chat, here is what Moss had to say:
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Randy Moss says he's coming out of retirement.
"Your boy be back for the upcoming season," Moss proclaimed earlier this week on an internet video stream.
If it were only that simple.
Yes, he's one of the most prolific wide receivers in NFL history. Yes, his agent told profootballtalk.com on Tuesday that three teams have already inquired.
But none of this means...
NFL Free Agent wide receiver Randy Moss doesn’t write checks. In this 2004 impromptu interview Moss was asked by a reporter how he was going to pay the $10,000 fine that he received for his infamous “mooning” of the Green Bay Packer fans at Lambeau field. In a classic Randy Moss moment, Moss sporting a hoodie, nonchalantly replied “straight cash homey” When you’re a...
The wide receiver who announced his intentions to make a return to the NFL next season insists that he can still run a 40 somewhere between 4.35 and 4.38 seconds.
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, there are multiple teams that are interested in meeting with Randy Moss.
Moss is a free agent and can sign with any team he would like at the moment. He’s indicated that he’s in good shape and can run a 4.3 40-yard dash. I really don’t believe Moss is that fast anymore. It’s simply not realistic for a 35 year-old football...
NFL teams take risks but when they do they prefer to takerisks with younger players. While there are those who believe Randy Moss isworth taking a risk on talent-wise, there is one thing that could potentiallyhold teams back: his attitude.Terrell Owens has a reputation as a prima donna and a lockerroom cancer which is one of the reasons teams have been reluctant to take achance on...
Elite receivers — even ones at the end of their career — demand the ball. And want more. That's one reason any talk of the Lions signing the soon-to-be-unretired Randy Moss should end there. As talk.
Bill Polian doesn't think the recently unretired Randy Moss has much more to give.In fact, the former Indianapolis Colts president was less than impressed during Moss' last season in the NFL (2010).
"It was pretty clear he had lost a fair amount of speed and flexibility," Polian said on his Sirius XM NFL Radio show. "He was not the same player he was three...
In case you couldn't have guessed it, Vikings GM Rick Spielman comes out and says the team has no interest in Randy Moss.
Cris Carter knows he has the numbers worthy of a Hall of Famer. He also knows there's nothing else he can do but wait. The Vikings great also spoke with Michael Irvin about Randy Moss' comeback attempt.