Found February 15, 2012 on Fox Sports North:
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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 that Moss is guaranteed an NFL return. This isn't Brett Favre circa 2008, when quarterback-starved teams like the New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers were making a strong play for his services. Even at age 38, Favre was coming off one of his best NFL seasons in Green Bay. He still had fuel in the tank. Moss? At age 35, he may be running on empty almost as badly as Terrell Owens is. The days of Moss causing defensive coordinators to change their schemes or risk being burnt deep ended well before No. 84 announced his retirement last summer. That's one of the reasons Moss dre...
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