Randy Moss has decided to retire from football in lieu of joining a new team. According to his agent Joel Segal, Moss had offers from interested teams but none fit what he was looking for, and decided to hang up his cleats. Rumor has it that Moss had a certain list of team/QB situations that he wanted to join, but none of the offers were to his liking. That could mean that none of those teams were interested, or the money wasn’t there. Moss’ retirement closes a 13-year career that spanned four teams – the Vikings (twice), Raiders, Patriots, and Titans. Last season, Moss bounced around to three different teams and had the worst season of his career.
When Moss was motivated and at his peak, there was nobody like him.
Randy Moss ends his career with 954 receptions, 14,858 yards, and 153 touchdowns. As a Patriot, Moss had 259 receptions for 3,904 yards and 50 touchdowns. Randy Moss and the Patriot offense had a record-breaking year in 2007 when he totaled 98 catches for 1,493 and a record 23 touchdown receptions. If he and Bret Favre stay retired, they will be eligible to enter the Hall of Fame together.