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Re: Randy Moss

Postby moochman » Tue Aug 02, 2011 7:04 pm

biju wrote:
u_fig_eater wrote:So is he a ding dong or a lollipop?


Official: He's a ding dong who wants a lollipop. :-b



It depends on if there is a sucker out there who will pay him enough to do a Favre-like pirouette and un-retire.

I don't know that we will ever see a more talented WR than Randy Moss. He was so gifted, yet so undermotivated that this first ballot HOFer may also have done the least with the talent he was given. I hope one day he wakes up and feels deep regret for not making more of his enormous talent.
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Re: Randy Moss

Postby HoleInTheWallGang » Wed Aug 03, 2011 12:43 pm

This from Rotoworld.
The Eagles made a contract offer to Randy Moss after the receiver filed his official retirement papers with the league, according to the Boston Herald.
The Eagles just won't stop. Moss' filing of his retirement papers isn't significant as he can unretire any time he wants. If he is truly intrigued by the Eagles' offer, there's a good chance it will still happen. And based on the way veterans are flocking to Philly to play with Mike Vick, we would no longer be surprised.
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