Randy Moss finally got his fourth second chance, and he plans to make the most of it.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that Moss plans to play at least another year after the 49ers and Ravens face each other in the Super Bowl this Sunday.
The 49ers signed Moss this season after the veteran wide receiver spent more than a year out of the game. He had failed to draw interest from teams after being traded from the Patriots and then cut from the Vikings and Titans.
Now, with his latest go-around with San Francisco yielding success, Moss isn’t going to be one-and-done, Florio reports. Moss is due to become a free agent in March but wants to play at least one more season.
Moss has 15,292 career yards and 156 touchdowns after 14 seasons in the NFL.
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