Randy Moss was so surprised to receive a phone call from Bill Belichick notifying him he was traded to the Patriots back in 2007, he says he thought it was a prank. Moss is in New England this weekend as a broadcaster for the Patriots-Lions game and he sat down with Patriots.com for an interview....Read More
There’s an alternate universe where Randy Moss never became a member of the New England Patriots because he didn’t believe he was being traded by the Oakland Raiders.
Moss told the story of when he was traded by the Raiders to New England on Patriots.com to Jackie Brittain. Moss is in town to cover the Patriots’ game Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
“When I came from...
Another member of the Moss family could be taking his talents to New England.
Thad Moss, the son of former New England Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss, recently announced on Twitter he received a scholarship offer from Boston College. The 6-foot-3, 230 pound tight end and defensive lineman is a junior at Victory Christian Center High School in Charlotte, N.C., where his dad...
Even in retirement, Randy Moss can still draw an audience. The latest ESPN Films 30 for 30 documentary, Rand University, focusing on Randy Moss’ career at Marshall, gave ESPN its highest premiere numbers since 2012 when “You Don’t Know Bo” made its debut. According to TVbytheNumbers, Rand University had 2.165 million viewers and was the second highest-rated program (1.1...
Don’t bank on Randy Moss joining the Seattle Seahawks anytime soon.
Moss last week confirmed a report by FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer that said the Seahawks reached out to the seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll refuted the claim Wednesday.
“Thanks for asking that,” Carroll told reporters Wednesday. “That never happened. That never happened....
Jerry Rice may have the career-numbers on his side when it comes to the debate of who the greatest wide receiver of all-time is (hell, Rice can make a compelling case for greatest player of all-time) but when Randy Moss was on his game, there was no wide receiver who impacted the game as much
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In Rand University, director Marquis Daisy explores the origins of Randy Moss. He is a legend from a forgotten town.
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We interviewed Bomani Jones to talk about ESPN's next installment in the 30 for 30 series 'Rand University' featuring Randy Moss. From Dupont to Marshall, we discuss in full detail. Enjoy.
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There are certain things you never expect to hear like a fat guy telling you to go on a diet, a short guy complaining about head room, a poor dude turning down money because he's happy being broke, and Randy Moss turned down a chance to return the NFL because of a lack of leadership.Which is apparently why he turned down the Seattle Seahawks.via TwitterRead more »
Randy Moss wouldn’t play for just any old team if he were to make an NFL comeback.
The former New England Patriots wide receiver and six-time Pro Bowler has been working as an analyst for Fox Sports 1 since his retirement in 2012, but there’s one guy who would make him consider a return to the gridiron.
“For me to come out of retirement for a player such as Peyton Manning...