Wide receiver Randy Moss, who proclaimed himself “the greatest receiver to ever do it” before the Super Bowl, is unlikely to be back with the San Francisco 49ers next season.
Randy Moss was waived by the Minnesota Vikings, a move that coach Brad Childress said was in the best interests of the National Football League team.
Randy Moss is headed to his third team in as many months after being claimed off waivers by the Tennessee Titans, who lost leading receiver Kenny Britt to a hamstring injury last week.
It’s just so convenient to demonize Randy Moss , whose history of hubris makes the wide receiver an easy target for sports fans fed up with coach killers. Not this time, though, and not with this team.
Randy Moss returned to the Minnesota Vikings, giving quarterback Brett Favre an All-Pro target after injuries decimated the team’s receivers.
Randy Moss ended his seven-month retirement from the National Football League by joining the San Francisco 49ers on a one-year contract.
The St. Louis Rams are the favorites to land wide receiver Randy Moss after his release from the Minnesota Vikings, according to oddsmakers.
Former All-Pro wide receiver Randy Moss will work out today for the New Orleans Saints as he tries to return to football, according to Fox Sports.
Randy Moss celebrated his 35th birthday by announcing he wants to end his six-month retirement from the National Football League.
The San Francisco 49ers won 24-3 to hand the division-rival Arizona Cardinals their fourth consecutive defeat in the National Football League.
"It really was a no-brainer for me to come and play for the 49ers."
- Randy Moss on Mar 12, 2012