Found August 24, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Below is a list of NFL wide receivers that have fallen off over the past few years. AP 1. Randy Moss, WR- San Francisco 49ers Debatably the best wide receiver ever to play the game of football, Randy Moss has jumped from team to team following his three-year reign with the New England Patriots. After a record-breaking season in his first year with New England in 2007, Moss then started a very sharp decline. His return back to home (Minnesota) was short due to the release after off the field issues, he then ventured to Tennessee and is now with the San Francisco 49ers. Randy Moss knows and understands that he was one the best to ever play the game as that has altered his work ethic over his recent years of football. How has such a great player fallen to a persona upon which very few teams would even consider him on their squad? Best Year: 2007- [New England Patriots] 16 games played and started, 98 receptions, 1,493 yards, 23 touchdowns (NFL single season record). Worst Year: 2010- [...

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