Randy Moss announced that he's returning to the NFL

Randy Moss is making a comeback... Will anyone want him?

2/13/12 in NFL   |   Pat   |   5232 respect

Randy Moss took to UStream this morning, and announced to his fans that he plans on returning to the NFL.

Here's the link, for as long as he's still online.

Moss last played in 2010 for the Patriots, Titans and Vikings. He only had 28 catches for 393 yards, but he had 5 touchdowns, which isn't too shabby.

According to Moss, he can still run the 40-yard dash in 4.3 seconds. He's still 6'4", and I'm betting that he hasn't lost his hands, so he might actually be able to be productive.

There are a few teams out there who need a receiver, including the Patriots, where he had some one of his greatest seasons, in 2007. However, I'd be shocked if the Patriots showed any interest. Moss pretty much gave up on the team back in 2010 and was a media circus.

Any guesses on who will give him a chance? Terrell Owens had trouble finding a suitor, and ended up in the Indoor Football League with the Allen Wranglers. Moss is a bit more talented though, and he might actually find someone interested.

At the very least, this should be fun.
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2/18/12   |   derms33   |   17642 respect

I see him back in NE as well

2/18/12   |   rush211231204

Call me crazy,but if the Patriots had Moss instead of Ochocinco,they would have won the Super Bowl! I said this from the beginning. Personally,I still think they should sign him.Their the ONLY team he REALLY wants to play for.And for that reason,I'm sure he'd be willing to play for cheap...and he would PLAY! NO team would be able to cover them! The two tight-ends,Welker,Moss- Teams would still be forced to respect his speed by double-covering him! If they don't - Moss would eat alive, ONE defensive back. If they do - Hernandez,Gronkowski,and Welker will pick teams apart. So...then it's, pick your poison!!

2/15/12   |   jimsite1972   |   2 respect

Randy Moss Has Been Waiting For The Patriots OC- To Leave ! They Did NOT! GET ALONG!! So Now All He Will Have To Do Is Pass A Physical! Agree To A Contract! AND!! Most Of All Get Along With Currant OC-Josh Mc Daniels!

patfan72

2/14/12   |   BRye21   |   544 respect

XERXUS wrote:
to add to that his attitude is not the most positive on or off the field and the talent thats coming out college is excellent

Ill agree that there is a ton of talent at the position this year, Moss could be a very good wide out for a cheap deal. The ONLY way I'd take him on the Bears is if he was playing for cheap. If any team pays him top dollar its way too much.

2/14/12   |   XERXUS   |   8348 respect

WhoDat12 wrote:
Lets look at all the NFL teams and see if they'd be interested:

NY Giants: Even if they don't resign Manningham, no point in that
Dallas: No need for him, but this is Jerry Jones we're talking about
Washington: Moss & Moss? It's possible because Dan The Man likes to overpay for over-the-hill guys (i.e. Deion Sanders, Bruce Smith)
Philadelphia: After T.O., then DJ10, they'll pass
New Orleans: They're set at WR if they keep Colston & Meachem
Atlanta: Not needed. White, Douglas, and Jones are a pretty good trio
Tampa Bay: Why not?
Carolina: Smith & Moss would have been great...5 years ago
Green Bay: Not a chance
Detroit: Unless he's going to play in the secondary...pointless
Minnesota: Third time is NOT the charm
Chicago: Randy Moss would be best WR by far on the roster. Sinorice Moss probably would be too
San Francisco: Two words why they'd pass on moss: Braylon Edwards
St. Louis: Why not?
Seattle: Unless he's playing quarterback, no point in it
Arizona: Maybe, but no need for him
New England: No chance in hell
New York Jets: This would add to the circus they already have going on up there, so they'd probably do it
Buffalo: Stevie Johnson is a legit WR, no need for him
Miami: Don't think so
Pittsburgh: There's talks of them cutting ties with Hines Ward, so Moss would be pointless
Cleveland: Why not?
Cincinnati: Just Say No to Ocho Cuatro
Baltimore: I'd like to see it just to see Ray Lewis' reaction when Moss does or says something stupid
Indianapolis: Luck to Moss? Nah.
Houston: Johnson & Moss would have been great...5 years ago
Jacksonville: The receivers they sign suck, the ones they draft suck even more. Why not sign him?
Tennessee: How'd that work out last time?
San Diego: Jackson & Moss would have been great...5 years ago
Oakland: How'd that work out last time?
Kansas City: Unless he's going to somehow keep everyone healthy, no point in it
Denver: Unless they plan on passing next year, no point in it.

to add to that his attitude is not the most positive on or off the field and the talent thats coming out college is excellent

2/13/12   |   marcus_nyce   |   27102 respect

Is anyone else really excited for the video footage of him working out alone in his front yard like Uncle Rico in Napoleon Dynamite, or is it just me? #StraightCashHomey

2/13/12   |   DallasFan55   |   38115 respect

Even if he gets picked up; he would probably retire again like Farve...LOL

2/13/12   |   kobe_lova   |   61576 respect

*raises hand*

2/13/12   |   derms33   |   17642 respect

 One of the best ever...don't care what anyone says

2/13/12   |   WhoDat12   |   2252 respect

Lets look at all the NFL teams and see if they'd be interested:

NY Giants: Even if they don't resign Manningham, no point in that
Dallas: No need for him, but this is Jerry Jones we're talking about
Washington: Moss & Moss? It's possible because Dan The Man likes to overpay for over-the-hill guys (i.e. Deion Sanders, Bruce Smith)
Philadelphia: After T.O., then DJ10, they'll pass
New Orleans: They're set at WR if they keep Colston & Meachem
Atlanta: Not needed. White, Douglas, and Jones are a pretty good trio
Tampa Bay: Why not?
Carolina: Smith & Moss would have been great...5 years ago
Green Bay: Not a chance
Detroit: Unless he's going to play in the secondary...pointless
Minnesota: Third time is NOT the charm
Chicago: Randy Moss would be best WR by far on the roster. Sinorice Moss probably would be too
San Francisco: Two words why they'd pass on moss: Braylon Edwards
St. Louis: Why not?
Seattle: Unless he's playing quarterback, no point in it
Arizona: Maybe, but no need for him
New England: No chance in hell
New York Jets: This would add to the circus they already have going on up there, so they'd probably do it
Buffalo: Stevie Johnson is a legit WR, no need for him
Miami: Don't think so
Pittsburgh: There's talks of them cutting ties with Hines Ward, so Moss would be pointless
Cleveland: Why not?
Cincinnati: Just Say No to Ocho Cuatro
Baltimore: I'd like to see it just to see Ray Lewis' reaction when Moss does or says something stupid
Indianapolis: Luck to Moss? Nah.
Houston: Johnson & Moss would have been great...5 years ago
Jacksonville: The receivers they sign suck, the ones they draft suck even more. Why not sign him?
Tennessee: How'd that work out last time?
San Diego: Jackson & Moss would have been great...5 years ago
Oakland: How'd that work out last time?
Kansas City: Unless he's going to somehow keep everyone healthy, no point in it
Denver: Unless they plan on passing next year, no point in it.

2/13/12   |   jaysinw   |   4954 respect

He and TO can go out and by a team so they can play. It is silly to even have him come out and say I want to play. Maybe Brett Farve can come back and play QB for that team. This is not golf they do not have a senior circuit.

2/13/12   |   BRye21   |   544 respect

BRye21 wrote:
  If he doesnt mind working for really cheap, I'll take him on the Bears. Definitely would take him on the Bears. Can't be any worse than Roy Williams

3 Great points made right there

2/13/12   |   WhoDat12   |   2252 respect

BRye21 wrote:
  If he doesnt mind working for really cheap, I'll take him on the Bears. Definitely would take him on the Bears. Can't be any worse than Roy Williams

...and plus Moss is NOT a former Dallas Cowboy, so he probably wont have hands of stone, have an idiotic game costing fumble, or run a drug cartel.

2/13/12   |   tpamotormouth   |   54 respect

 Pull your 84 jerseys out!

2/13/12   |   BRye21   |   544 respect

  If he doesnt mind working for really cheap, I'll take him on the Bears. Definitely would take him on the Bears. Can't be any worse than Roy Williams