Randy Moss Says Wants to Make a Comeback Next Season

Randy Moss plans NFL comeback
      CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Randy Moss wants to resurrect his NFL

      Moss used a live webchat on his 35th birthday Monday to announce
he plans to come out of retirement next season. And Moss' personal
assistant, Donnie Jones, says Moss is “ready to rock `n' roll.”
      Moss retired last August, compiling 14,858 receiving yards and
153 touchdowns in 13 seasons. He last played in 2010, getting
traded by the New England Patriots to the Minnesota Vikings before
finishing the season with Tennessee. That year he had career lows
of 28 catches for 393 yards.

      His 23 TD catches in 2007 with the Patriots are a single-season
NFL record.

      Moss' agent, Joel Segal, says he's discussed the comeback with
the former Marshall standout, and Moss “still has his fire” to
play football.

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