Found November 13, 2011 on The Rap Sheet:
Consider this your monthly Randy Moss update, in case you were curious. The former Patriots receiver retired before the season, telling a few teams (including the Eagles) that he wasn’t interested in playing again. Yet the belief was always that if the Patriots called, Moss would come running. As Tom Brady’s offense has scuffled a little bit, the Moss questions have increased — even if I still think it’s unlikely the team makes the call. Moss is still waiting for his phone to ring from the Pats, and Sports Illustrated’s Peter King reported yesterday on NBC that “Moss has not burned his bridge back to Foxborough, and Moss has told one veteran member of the Patriots that the Patriots are the only team for which Moss would play.” No surprise. Pro Football Talk says Moss has turned down two teams not named the Pats, which I didn’t know. If the Pats call, no way he turns them down. But will they? Wonder if tonight’s game will make a difference…

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