Six Time Pro Bowl WR Randy Moss Calls It A Day

In what is a slightly sad day for Football talented if controversial WR Randy Moss has decided to retire after 13 seasons in the NFL.
At 34 it could be argued that his best days were behind him, however in the right team he could have padded his already impressive stats and despite his antics last season we will be sorry to see him hang up his boots.

Assuming this is the end for Moss he will finish with 153 career touchdowns tied for second overall with Terrell Owens. He also has 14,858 yards receiving and 954 receptions and six Pro Bowl seasons, stats which despite his off field indiscretions should make him a strong Hall of Fame contender.

His crowning glory was with the New England Patriots in 2007, where he had a single-season record 23 TD passes from Tom Brady as the Patriots went 16-0 before narrowly losing to the NY Giants in the Super Bowl.

He never quite recaptured that form and his 2010 season was something of a damp squib following a disastrous move back to the Vikings (where he started his career). Reverting to type his was shown the door after 4 weeks and finished the season at Tennessee where he caught just six passes in eight games.
All we can say (assuming he doesn’t do a Brett Favre) is so long Randy and thanks for the Memories both good and bad.

Agent: Randy Moss Retiring From NFL

Randy Moss is calling it a career after 13 seasons in the NFL as one of the most dynamic and polarizing players the league has ever seen. (Aug. 1)


 What Other Bloggers Are Saying About Randy Moss


Randy Moss Retires | The Big Lead

Randy Moss has got to be the 2nd best receiver in NFL history after Jerry Rice.

Publish Date: 08/01/2011 18:18

Titans did not have Randy Moss in their plans | Titans Insider

Randy Moss is retiring, according to his agent, but the Titans had long ago decided to move on…- 12:44 pm. Agent: Randy Moss retiring. Randy Moss is calling it a career after 13 seasons in the NFL as one of the most

Publish Date: 08/01/2011 18:05

Report: Randy Moss to Retire – Music City Miracles

Adam Schefter is reporting that Randy Moss has decided to retire. It looks like the market for Moss was pretty much non-existent after the New York Jets signed Plaxico Burress. The Jets were pretty much the only team

Publish Date: 08/01/2011 18:05


And on Twitter


@Randy moss, great player we will miss seeing your fantastic catches on sports centers top ten @SportsCenter

By marcolc98 at 08/01/2011 21:43

If this is really the end of Randy Moss’ (1 of the most talented athletes ever) career, it’s a shame. Not that I’m buying this retirement…

By AlexMyers3 at 08/01/2011 21:43

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