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Monday, 27 February 2012 16:08
Randy Moss NFL Comeback Story Building Like Rolling Stone
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titansThe  Randy Moss comeback story is gathering no moss.

In fact, it is rolling on.

 A couple of days ago, various news reports said the MossMan was thinking about coming off the bench of retirement and onto the field, once again.

No, he’s not Brett Farve, threatening retirement even into his 40's

Actually, he’s 35 years old but according to the Sporting News, he has run the 40 yarder in 4.3 seconds.

Various teams have been cited as being interested such as the New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots, Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee Titans.   

Moss sat out last year.

According to NFL.com, “he could start making visits to teams after the NFL Scouting Combine, NFL.com reported, citing league sources.” 

Which means the NFL fans will have some time to debate whether the All-Pro receiver could be a like a rolling stone, knocking on doors of teams hungry for talent but weary of trouble it could bring to the bench. 

Randy Moss Still Running in the 4.3s?

 
by Bayoubuzz Staff

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