Randy Gene Moss (born February 13, 1978) is an American former professional football player who played as a wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL) for 14 seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans and the San Francisco 49ers.
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Randy Moss nominated for spot in College Football Hall of FameWest Virginia MetroNews22 hours ago
Marshall University’s Athletic Department hopes one of its all-time greatest football players soon...
Randy Moss nominated by Marshall for College Football Hall of FameWBOY on MSN.com5 days ago
Marshall University Athletics announced on Friday via a press release that it will be nominating...
Randy Moss. Randy Gene Moss (The Freak) Position: WR. 6-4 , 210lb (193cm, 95kg) Born: February 13 in Rand, WV (Age: 46-102d) More bio, uniform, draft, salary info. Hall of Fame. 6x Pro Bowl. 4x All-Pro.
Randy Moss, in full Randy Gene Moss, (born February 13, 1977, Rand, West Virginia, U.S.), American professional gridiron football player who is considered one of the greatest wide receivers in National Football League (NFL) history.
Randy Moss. Wide Receiver. Birthdate. 2/13/1977. College. Marshall. Draft Info. 1998: Rd 1, Pk 21 (MIN) Birthplace.
Also Known As. Randy Gene Moss. Born. February 13, 1977 (age 46) • West Virginia. Awards And Honors. Pro Football Hall of Fame (2018) • Pro Football Hall of Fame (inducted 2018) • 4 All-Pro selections • 6 Pro Bowl selections • 1998 Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year • 2007 PFWA Comeback Player. Education.
Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss will be continuing his broadcasting career at ESPN. However, you won’t see him on the screen as often. Via Andrew Marchand of the New York Post, Moss will still appear on Sunday NFL Countdown. However, he will no longer contribute to the Monday night pregame broadcast.