The Sports Kings: Say Goodbye To The “Bad Guy”
One of professional sports true freaks of nature is bowing out of the NFL after 13 seasons with four different teams.
According to Randy Moss’ agent Joel Segal, the future Hall of Famer weighed his options and contemplated offers, but decided to retire. Many think he’s either waiting for training camp to end or just waiting for the right team to call him however, I have a different on the entire situation that will either leave you scratching your head like is this dude crazy or it will leave you saying huuummmm.
Are you ready for my take?
I truly believe that Randy Moss who according to his agent just last week “is in freakish shape and ready for the upcoming season” will play again where and when depends on…
Are you ready for this?
I truly believe that Randy Moss will play again where and when all depends on where Brett Favre ends up!
It sounds crazy I know but the one QB that Moss has always said he wanted to play with was Brett Favre and Favre has always wanted to play with Moss. They were denied the opportunity to truly show what they could do together because of injuries to Favre and then Moss’ dismissal from the team. These are two guys that have always felt as if they could win a championship together and well we might get to see them try!
I have to admit that it’s very hard for me as a true sports fan to say goodbye to my favorite athletes especially two of the greatest in Favre and Moss. After all they created some of the most memorable moments and highlights in sports history and I would love to see them go for it one more time.
Anybody remember who Favre’s 500th touchdown pass was to? That’s right Randy Moss! I’m sure they’ve got a couple more touchdowns left in the tank.
Now if what I’m saying doesn’t come to pass, the 34-year-old future Hall of Famer Moss leaves the game with 954 career catches for 14,858 yards and 153 touchdowns with the Vikings, Raiders, Patriots and Titans.
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