Look who’s joining the A.I./T.O. “I need a job” tour.
Six months after retiring, the veteran NFL wide receiver wants to play again.
Moss announced on a webchat Monday—his 35th birthday—that he’s planning a comeback.
His agent, Joel Segal, wouldn’t go into his client’s available options.
“Randy and I have discussed it,” Segal said of Moss coming out of retirement. “He still has his fire and he’s looking forward to playing football. He’s excited.”
Moss posted on his Twitter page: “Now back to biz!! There’s good an bad an u have to b ready for both! its in gods hand now.”
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.
So after getting kicked off of THREE teams last season, he thinks he can come back and play like a star at age 35? Didn’t these athletes learn anything from Brett Favre? Just ride off into the sunset and call it a life.
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