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Inspired by Randy Moss pondering a comeback, we tackle four guys who came back one more time who probably should have let it be.
We look at four guys the Patriots picked up and made use of that the rest of the NFL may have written off.
‘ Mark Daniels (@MarkDanielsPJ) August 20, 2015 Poor Randy Moss . Is there anyone who’s ever regretted a decision as much as he regrets shooting his way out of New England? He’s the guy
damaging WR draft failure in his Patriots career. What he has done however is trade mid-round picks for studs like Randy Moss and Wes Welker , develop stars like Edelman and consistently maintain one of the best offenses in the league, year in and
everybody first idea for a landing spot. And you can kind of see why. Several mercurial nut jobs like Corey Dillon, Randy Moss , Albert Haynesworth , Chad Ochocinco , Aqib Talib and LeGarrette Blount were brought here and given the chance
the rest of the NFL treated him like he was radioactive. Regularly dismantling Peyton Manning . Making the deals for Randy Moss and Wes Welker that cost the Patriots almost nothing. Drafting Julian Edelman , a career QB, in the seventh
other better, hopefully, in the long run.” This spring’s Revis Effect is not unlike when the Patriots acquired Randy Moss prior to the start of the 2007 season. In his three-plus seasons in New England, Moss would regularly dole out advice
on the market, he could get a phone call because of the recent injuries to the likes of Nelson and Kelvin Benjamin. Randy Moss – – Why not? He teased everyone the last few days with the thought of him returning. It’s debatable how much he
Randy Moss left open the possibility of a comeback when he met with reporters last week in West Virginia. On Sunday night, he fueled more speculation
Randy Moss had a memorable three-plus years in New England. (Jim Rogash/Getty Images) Randy Moss left open the possibility of a comeback when he met with reporters last week
Another former teammate is backing quarterback Tom Brady for his role in Deflategate. This time it is former wide receiver Randy Moss . “I’ve always stood in Tom’s corner,” Moss said to the Fay Observer . “I called myself a professional but that
Randy Moss defended Tom Brady for his role in Deflategate. (Bob Levey/Getty Images) Randy Moss did a lot more than just show up at Patriots joint practice with the Saints