Don’t take a chance on Randy Moss
In case you missed it, Randy Moss wants to make a NFL comeback next year.
Moss made the announcement this morning on uStream.
“I wanna play football,” Moss said on the broadcast. “Your boy is going to come back here and play some football, so I’m really excited. I had some things I had to adjust in my life.”
His agent said Moss is ready to play.
“Randy and I have discussed it,” Jim Segal said of the possibility of Moss coming out of retirement. “He still has his fire and he’s looking forward to playing football. He’s excited.”
I’m glad Randy is excited, but I don’t believe the NFL should be.
Moss went from the Patriots to the Vikings to the Titans, all in one year, and left all three teams in shambles.
It’s a definite risk.
But the Randy Moss of 2007 (23 touchdowns) is getting further and further away from his record-setting year.
In the past, an unproductive Moss can be a clubhouse problem.
It’s a risk NFL teams shouldn’t take.
CAVALIERS ARE HURTING – As much as I love the hustle and intensity of Cleveland Cavaliers center Anderson Varejao, I believe he’s too injury-prone for the team to count on him as a long-term answer to their rebuilding needs. When he gets healthy, the team needs to trade him when they can.
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