Back before the 1998 NFL Draft, Randy Moss says he was certain he was going to the Dallas Cowboys. Jerry Jones apparently told him the team would pick him if he was still available. (The Cowboys didn't take Moss with the eighth pick, instead drafting linebacker Greg Ellis; Moss fell all the way to the Vikings due to…
Anything with Jason Williams and/or Randy Moss is automatically Rabbithole-worthy.
NBC reporter Randy Moss was reporting on Nordic combine skier Todd Lodwick's injuries when—hey, there he is! Todd Lodwick really gives you that insider perspective on only the most up-to-date Todd Lodwick news. You can watch the entire report here.
Angry, undermining Randy Moss would never wear a holiday sweater.
Sunday, the Detroit Lions go to Candlestick Park to play the San Francisco 49ers. It's an early season test for a pair of newly relevant teams. But much more importantly, it will be the first time that Calvin Johnson and Randy Moss have shared the field. The two receivers—Detroit's superstar and the ex-superstar now…
Man, what a rush. Everyone still alive? Season not over yet? Good, because we have four more games to go today, with three kicking off at 4:25 p.m. Let's keep this gravy train rolling.
Randy Moss returns to the scene of a disgusting act this afternoon. His new team, the San Francisco 49ers will be visiting his old rival, the Green Bay Packers. Moss put up some impressive numbers in Green Bay. He also mimingly took down his pants. A lot of the players in today's game were playing high school football…
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Moss caught some passes for the Saints, and a league source said it "couldn't have gone better." Well, it could have if Moss wasn't 35. And if he wasn't being thrown to by Brian Brohm, who's also under consideration in New Orleans. And if Drew Brees wasn't reportedly "livid" about being slapped with the franchise tag.…
Football's chattering classes today have been busy dissecting Randy Moss's decision to (try to) return to the NFL at age 35. Moss has been away from the game for a year and a half, and all of the questions about him will certainly get answered in due time. The more pressing matter, though, might be the way in which…
It takes a lot to make one really angry about the Pro Bowl. No one cares about the Pro Bowl—not football fans, not gamblers, not even the players in the game. It's a nice Hawaiian lark before the Super Bowl.
Randy Moss is the most dangerous receiver to ever play in the NFL and the single most exciting player that ever played for my favorite team, Adrian Peterson included. He also happened to be the weirdest person ever to step onto a football field.
Your morning roundup for March 17, the day when the Apostle of Ireland's deathiversary contributes to many facets of the American economy. Act as responsibly as you see fit, folks.
Someone named "Woody" called into our old friend Clay Travis's show, blasting Jeff Fisher and hoping he's done in Tennessee. Then someone else pointed out that it sounded an awful lot like malcontent receiver Randy Moss. Very interesting.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: the caterer who felt Randy Moss's wrath.