After Randy Moss declared himself the greatest wide receiver of all-time, Marcas Grant looked at it from a fantasy perspective. It went about how you’d expect.
It wouldn’t be a Super Bowl media day without at least one player saying something to work up the assembled media. The big, eyebrow-lifting comment from the early hours of Super Bowl XLVII Media Day came from San Francisco 49ers veteran wide receiver Randy Moss, who said he considers himself to be the greatest wide receiver of all-time. Most NFL fans probably wouldn’t even consider him the best wide receiver in 49ers’ history, but at least Moss explains his reasoning. If he truly believes that, Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens would provide him the perfect opportunity to show off the skills that have made him the greatest.
Randy Moss has a reputation for being a player who doesn’t go hard in practice. I’m not sure why this is. Maybe there were times when he didn’t finish drills, but I watched him for two training camps and that wasn’t the case. Teammates say he works. In particular, what the veteran receiver does is make catches. Some ridiculous catches. I remember when Moss posterized Jets CB Darrelle Revis in 2010 with the sickest catch I’ve ever seen in person — a one-handed touchdown. And Patriots coach Bill Belichick shrugged. “We’ve seen that play in practice probably a dozen times,” Belichick said two years ago. He’s right. In training camp (the practices open to the media), Moss impresses. I’ve seen […]
Happy ‘getaway’ Friday everybody! Or maybe it’s just me who is getting away for a week. Yes, please try to contain your excitement. Let’s get to the fantasy.
Here are the details of the one-year contract Randy Moss landed with the 49ers, a deal that includes no guaranteed money.
The free-agent market for veteran Randy Moss continues to take shape, as the veteran receiver will visit the 49ers on Monday, according to league sources.
Posted: Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: New Orleans Saints, Randy Moss, 2012 Free Angency, Antonio Gates, Drew Brees, Jimmy Graham, Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints, NFL Playbook, Randy Moss, Robert Meachum
A well-rested and conditioned Randy Moss could replace the role of free agent Robert Meachum (who generated a low catch count yet a high number of big plays).
Veteran NFL WR Randy Moss is meeting with the Saints on Tuesday and also has at least one team visit set up for next week, according to league sources.
OK, so Randy Moss says he’s done. And then? NFL Network information man Jason La Canfora isn’t sold.
It’s clear that Tom Brady would welcome Randy Moss back into the Patriots’ fold, but the retired wideout made it clear this week that he’s through with catching passes.
What team will you remember Randy Moss with?
After retaining Santonio Holmes, the Jets are far from certain they will be able keep free-agent WR Braylon Edwards, and are lining up other options, including Randy Moss.
The locked-out offseason has afforded us ample time to discuss where Randy Moss will play next season, and just how much the 13-year veteran has left in the tank after a forgettable 2010 season in which he played for three teams.
It remains to be seen what type of market will exist for Moss, or how quickly it would develop in what looks to be a deep field of veteran, free agent receivers. NFL Network’s Jamie Dukes says the Jets should take interest in Moss if don’t bring back Braylon Edwards.
Veteran wide receiver — and future Hall of Famer — Randy Moss presents one of the most intriguing names when the free-agent market eventually opens.