NFL fantasy football: Randy Moss wants to keep playing

Moss thinks he can help a team: There’s little doubt that Randy Moss has had a Hall of Fame career, but it appears that the receiver isn’t quite ready for that career to be over yet. Moss is expected to be released by the San Francisco 49ers, but there are reports that he would like to play again next season. While the talented veteran believes he can be a solid contributor to a contending team in 2013,we don’t have the same level of confidence about his ability to contribute to your fantasy roster. After a tumultuous 2010, Moss sat out 2011 and returned to the league this season and caught just 28 passes for 434 yards and three touchdowns. Regardless of where (or if) he signs for next season, there’s little reason to draft him.

Greg Little showing improvement: For the past two seasons, fantasy owners have been largely frustrated by Greg Little’s unfulfilled potential. During his first two years in the league, the wideout has caught 114 passes for 1,356 yards and six touchdowns, but has been more known for his drops than his big plays. However, it seems that his new coaching staff is enamored with what they see from the young receiver on film. He showed improvement as the season progressed, dropping fewer balls in the latter part of the year.

Panthers considering Barden, Hixon: Looking to add another receiving threat to go alongside Steve Smith, new Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman is said to be considering New York Giants receivers Domenik Hixon and Ramses Barden. Gettleman spent the previous 13 seasons with the Giants, so he is quite familiar with both wideouts. The duo saw only spot duty as reserves for Big Blue last season, but could be welcome additions to Carolina passing game looking for more consistency.

– Marcas Grant
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