Randy Gene Moss (born February 13, 1977) is an American former professional football wide receiver who played 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.
Randy Moss. Randy Gene Moss (The Freak) Position: WR. 6-4 , 210lb (193cm, 95kg) Born: February 13 in Rand, WV (Age: 46-296d) More bio, uniform, draft info. Hall of Fame. 6x Pro Bowl. 4x All-Pro.
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Randy Moss, American professional gridiron football player who is considered one of the greatest wide receivers in National Football League history. He retired with 15,292 career receiving yards and 156 touchdowns, the second-most receiving scores in league history.
Over 25 years of experience in sports including coach, athletic director, game day operations, media relations, football operations, and scout. He is [...] Randy Moss exploded onto the scene in 1998 as a rookie and quickly became one of the greatest receivers in NFL history. This is his story.
Full Name: Randy Gene Moss. Birthdate: February 13, 1977. Birthplace: Rand, West Virginia High School: DuPont (Belle, WV) Pro Career: 14 seasons, 218 games. Drafted: 1st round (21st player overall) in 1998 by Minnesota
Randy Moss Wide Receiver Birthdate 2/13/1977 College Marshall Draft Info 1998: Rd 1, Pk 21 (MIN) Birthplace Rand, WV Career Stats REC 982 YDS 15,292 TD 156 AVG 15.6 View the profile of San...
Feb. 13, 1977: Randy Gene Moss is born in Charleston, W. Va.He graduated from DuPont High School in nearby Belle, and was named West Virginia’s player of the year in football and basketball ...
Randy Moss at Marshall: 25 years after his arrival, his legend on the football field — and track — only grows Chris Vannini Aug 30, 2021 45 Nate Poole had to call his dad. He’d just finished his...
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