Randy Moss Set To Retire

Randy Moss was as good as any receiver in football during his years

Randy Moss is expected to retire today according to Moss’s agent, Joel Segal.

Randy Moss, 34, played for the Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots will undoubtedly be a first ballot hall of famer and is one of the greatest receivers to ever put on the pads.

Moss finished with 954 receptions, tied for 8th in NFL history along with 14,858 receiving yards, good for 5th all time. But most impressive of all was the threat he was for the endzone. Moss finished with 153 career touchdowns, tied for 2nd all time.

Moss’s most notable season came when he joined the Patriots in 2007 in which he caught 98 balls for 1,493 yards and an NFL single season record 23 touchdown receptions.


About Steve Palmatier

My name is Stephen Palmatier. I'm from Quincy, Massachusetts. I graduated from North Park University in Chicago, Illinois in May of 2011 with a degree in Communications/Media Studies. I wrote for the sports section in my school paper this past year. I currently am volunteering for an internship at KICY Radio in Nome, Alaska! I have a deep passion about sports and I follow what is going on every day.
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