Reports surfaced last week that retired NFL all-star and future hall of famer Randy Moss has vowed to come out of retirement and make a comeback by returning to the league. Moss played in the NFL for 13 seasons until his retirement in 2010. He was selected in the first round of the 1998 NFL draft by the Minnesota Vikings as the 21st pick. Throughout his career, Randy Moss has set various records, including earning 7 Pro Bowl selections. Moss is considered to be one of the top five best wide receivers to have ever played the game of football. Currently, he has 954 receptions, 14,858 receiving yards, and 153 touchdowns. Although Moss has had a very productive and “hall of fame” career, he also has a dark cloud of various controversies that have plagued him throughout his time in the NFL.
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