In a broadcasting call that will live in infamy, Joe Buck condemned Randy Moss on the air in 2005 for his faux mooning of a hostile crowd, and the longtime announcer insists to this day he has no regr
Joe Buck has either mellowed with age, changed his tune or something else entirely when it comes to touchdown celebrations involving a player’s butt.
Tom Brady — or whoever was running his official Instagram account over the weekend — left a strange comment on a post by Randy Moss in which the new Hall of Famer mourned the death of long
Randy Moss engaged in one of the most infamous acts of taunting in NFL playoff history when he faux-mooned the Lambeau Field faithful back in 2005.
Embattled quarterback Jameis Winston spent Tuesday working out with soon-to-be Hall of Famer Randy Moss two weeks ahead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers opening training camp.
Randy Moss’ name will be on the Pro Football Hall of Fame ballot for the first time next February.
Randy Moss is without question one of the best wide receivers in NFL history. One day — perhaps much sooner than later — Odell Beckham Jr.
As in, “cache memory.” Get it?
During his enormously productive 14-year NFL career, Randy Moss played for five different teams and caught a lot of balls, 982 to be exact.
Randy Moss announced his retirement from the NFL back in August of 2011, but made a respectable comeback during the 2012 season with the San Francisco 49ers, catching 28 balls and 3 touchdowns.
Well, this is certainly an interesting take on Randy Moss announcing his intentions of making an NFL comeback.
Why yes, I did instantly make the connection between what New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said about a possible return of Randy Moss to the team to the lyrics from that classic Journey son
GameStop employee probably woke up yesterday Michael Myeers figuring his shift at the video game/software retailer would be another ho-hum affair: punch the clock, hang out behind the counter and pas
Oftentimes, when the phrase “Minnesota Vikings fan” is uttered, the words “long suffering” are usually preceding it.
Shockingly, Randy Moss was benevolent enough to allow the Tennessee media to bask in his temperamental glory for a few minutes on Wednesday, even fielding a few questions along the way, although he d