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After becoming the first player in NFL history to play for three teams in a single season during the 2010 NFL season, WR Randy Moss decided he was going to retire from the football life. The retirement from the NFL appears to be over with Randy Moss announcing today that he wants to return to the NFL in 2012. Moss took to Ustream to make the announcement.
Randy Moss finished the 2010 season on the roster of the Tennessee Titans, after being rented for a month by the Minnesota Vikings. However, Moss started the 2010 campaign on the roster of the New England Patriots. His absence on the Patriots roster has been evident as the team lacks a serious outside, downfield threat ever since his departure. In three and one-quarter seasons with the Patriots, Moss recorded 50 touchdowns and three straight 1,000 yard receiving seasons.
With the threat of WR Wes Welker possibly sitting out with the Patriots suggesting they will place the franchise tag on the productive receiver, Moss ...
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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.
When Randy Moss announced back in 2011 that he was going to retire from the NFL, few believed that it would actually last.
Well, on Monday, during his 35th birthday celebration, Moss abruptly ended his short retirement by proclaiming that he intends on making a comeback.
“I just wanna go to a team and play some football,” Moss said on a Ustream.tv live video. "Your boy...
If Randy Moss doesn't wind up in the NFL next season, there's always reality TV. Mike Freeman says Moss' unscripted internet rants are the best thing on right now, but they could also kill his comeback.
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On Monday, former Randy Moss teammate and mentor Cris Carter said that Moss can still run the 40-yard dash in 4.3 seconds. On Tuesday, Carter applied a caveat to that assessment. “The one thing you have to address with Randy Moss is not a conditioning thing,” Carter told ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in the…