Is Randy Moss returning to the NFL next season? The ever mercurial Moss is still undecided about his status, according to people close to him.
Randy Moss still isn’t exactly sure what he will do in the immediate future, and neither are his former 49ers teammates. One thing is certain, Moss’ days with the 49ers seem to be over.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS Sports) — San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said in mid-January that he “definitely” wanted Randy Moss to return to the 49ers for the 2013 season. However, it appears a few things […]
Hall of Famer Jerry Rice has no interest in a back-and-forth debate with Randy Moss during Super Bowl week about who’s the greatest NFL wide receiver of all time.
It’s hard to steal all the attention during the week leading up to the Super Bowl, but Randy Moss had accomplished this feat with one statement. While it may be considered blasphemy to talk about being the greatest wide receiver in the history of the NFL, while wearing a San Francisco 49er jersey, Moss is not only entitled to his opinion, but based on his career and stats, he is not far from the truth.
Randy Moss was refreshingly candid during his Media Day session on Tuesday. Confident, too: The 49erswideout said that he believes he’s the greatest wideout in NFL history.
There’s still no word on whether injured 49er defensive lineman Justin Smith will play Sunday against the Cardinals, or even be ready for the playoffs.
With so many injuries to key receivers, the 49ers will rely more than ever on Randy Moss and first-round pick A.J. Jenkins to support top threat Michael Crabtree, starting Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
Randy Moss arrived at the New England Patriots five years ago thinking he knew a lot about football.
On an almost perfect Monday night for Alex Smith, the San Francisco 49ers flexed their NFC West dominance with a 24-3 flattening of the Arizona Cardinals.