Randy Moss | WR
Posted: 5/16/2013 11:47pm et
Free-agent WR Randy Moss (49ers) is still undecided if he will play football this season. There was reportedly interest in Moss a few months ago, although nothing has transpired since. Moss had only 434 yards last season.
Huddle Up: That's only 434 yards on 28 catches since 2010 for the 36-year-old Moss, who sat out 2011, and the odds are growing longer that he'll be signed to play a 17th NFL season.
Posted: 3/2/2013 11:31pm et
The San Francisco 49ers have indicated that they will not look to re-sign impending free-agent WR Randy Moss this offseason.
Huddle Up: The self-proclaimed best receiver in NFL history thinks he still has a year or three left in him, but he'll need to find a team that both feels the same way and is willing to put up with his mercurial attitude. Fantasy-wise, unless there's a reunion with Bill Belichick brewing Moss has likely jumped the shark.
Posted: 2/10/2013 1:01pm et
San Francisco 49ers impending free-agent WR Randy Moss conveyed his frustration about his role this past season, according to head coach Jim Harbaugh. 'In a competitive way, yes,' Harbaugh said. 'He wants to be involved. We've talked about it many times, suggestions he would make. It's all been positive. It's all been good.' Harbaugh would not say if Moss will return to the team in 2013. 'I don't know about that,' Harbaugh said. 'Next question.'
Huddle Up: You don't even need to read between the lines to see that it was a one-and-done season for Moss in San Fran. The team will get Mario Manningham back from injury, but look for the team to add another wideout in the quest to have the No. 2 slot covered alongside No. 1 Michael Crabtree.
Posted: 2/6/2013 11:59pm et
San Francisco 49ers impending free-agent WR Randy Moss likely will not re-sign with team this offseason because he did not like his role during the season and likely would not receive a bigger role if he returned. Moss has said he would like another season in the NFL.
Huddle Up: Moss was an afterthought with occasional bursts of glory for the 49ers, but--as evidenced by his pre-Super Bowl self-ranking as the greatest wide receiver of all time--he still has plenty of confidence in his game. Curious to see if another coach is willing to put up with his schtick.
Posted: 1/31/2013 12:15pm et
San Francisco 49ers WR Randy Moss said he was 'blackballed' during his brief tenure with the Tennessee Titans and some of the team's coaches did not like him. 'Why they claimed me, I really don't know,' Moss said. 'There were some things where I could really tell I really wasn't liked, and that was coming from the coaching staff. To be able to still make plays -- there were some things going on in-house that I probably won't speak upon until I write my book.' Moss added that his stint with the Titans left him doubting his future in the NFL.
Huddle Up: We've heard more from Moss in the past few days than we've heard all season. That's what happens, though, with 2 weeks to kill between the championship games and the Super Bowl.
Posted: 1/30/2013 11:33am et
San Francisco 49ers WR Randy Moss said physically he could play another three to five years; however, mentally he's not sure he could do it.
Huddle Up: You know Randy, he plays when he wants to play. Moss has demonstrated he can still be a matchup problem, but a guy who proclaims himself the best receiver of all time while wearing the same colors Jerry Rice once wore isn't likely to accept the non-feature receiver roles that would keep him in the league for another three years.
Posted: 1/30/2013 12:16am et
San Francisco 49ers WR Randy Moss said he wasn't happy with his role on the team this season. 'I don't like my role. I really don't,' Moss said.
Huddle Up: It was a little Media Day change of tune for Moss, whose attitude and selflessness has generally been praised in reports all season.
Posted: 1/28/2013 4:06pm et
San Francisco 49ers WR Randy Moss plans to play at least one more year, even if the team wins Super Bowl XLVII, according to a source with knowledge of the receiver's thinking. Moss is scheduled to become a free agent in March.
Huddle Up: Moss could change his mind if he earns a ring this weekend. At this stage he's less a feature receiver and more of a role player, which makes him an extremely unreliable fantasy play.
Posted: 12/12/2012 11:02pm et
San Francisco 49ers WR Randy Moss is looking forward to the Week 15 game against the New England Patriots, his former team. 'The compliments are good and I respect coach Belichick and that organization still to this day,' Moss said Wednesday, Dec. 12.
Huddle Up: If there's ever a game Moss might be more of a fantasy factor, it's likely Sunday night with the wideout pumped up to face his ex-mates. Moss has only had more than 3 catches or 47 receiving yards in a game twice all season (4 receptions in Week 1 and 75 yards in Week 6).