Caterer shares account of lunch incident with Moss

As the details of Randy Moss’ exodus from Minnesota continue to emerge, one wrinkle in the story is that a caterer might have played a part in the decision by Brad Childress to waive the wide receiver.

The caterer in the spotlight, Minnesota native Gus Tinucci, joined Rich Eisen during the aptly named The Rich Eisen Podcast Tuesday to discuss the uncomfortable scene in the Vikings locker room last Friday.

“Brett [Favre] was there, and I swear if he would have had a football in his hand, I think he would have drilled it at [Moss],” Tinucci said of the incident. “He looked at him, kind of threw his helmet down, and then Brett went right into the training room to get his ankle worked on.”

This is just a tease of the full account and the conversation with Eisen. Check out what else Tinucci had to say during the latest edition of The Rich Eisen Podcast.

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