Randy Moss, seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver will retire this year after 13 years in the NFL, reports USA Today
Moss holds many impressive career totals including 153 TD catches (tied for first with Terrell Owens) and 954 grabs (eighth of all-time).
“I don’t want to say he was the best ever deep threat, because a threat is something you make without doing something. He did it,” wide receiver and Hall-of-Famer James Lofton told USA Today’s
Moss’ agent Joel Segal announced the wide receiver’s decision to NFL Network and ESPN.
“His body control, his ability to slow himself, elevate, and position himself is unbelievable, better than anybody I’ve ever seen play the game,” said Lofton.
“He had a phenomenal presence on the football field. He was a player that defenses had to adjust to and really didn’t do a very good job of it.”
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