Perhaps showing a sense of timing and opportunism, former wide receiver Randy Moss discussed a potential comeback to the NFL on Sunday night.
During Sunday night’s Dallas/San Francisco preseason game, Moss was asked about a return to the NFL by FOX’s Curt Menefee. His response was…interesting:
“I actually have not lost the itch. I’ve been working out with a few guys over the offseason. I have been retired for the last two years, but you never know, Curt. But it’s the love of the game that I still have inside of me.”
Moss’ comments come off the heels of Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson reportedly tearing his ACL in a preseason game on Sunday at Pittsburgh…and Carolina’s Kelvin Benjamin tearing his ACL last week.
Also, the New England Patriots brought in former Indianapolis Colts great Reggie Wayne on Sunday for a physical to possibly sign him. Wayne would join a receiving corps that has been riddled by injury during the preseason.
Days after paying a visit to the Patriots during their scrimmage against the Saints in West Virginia, Moss appears to be testing the waters in regards to a comeback.
Now, let’s see if a desperate team takes the bait.
Moss last played for the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII – a loss to the Baltimore Ravens – at the end of the 2012 season.
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