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Randy Moss’ Last Year in New England?


In the midst of the true dead season for the NFL, Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss has made headlines in suggesting this will probably be his last year playing for New England.

Moss – whose contract expires at the end of the 2010 season – suggested Saturday that he doesn’t expect the Patriots to re-sign him after the season.

“I don’t think they’re going to extend my contract here,” Moss said. “I understand the beast, the nature of it. I think that what I think, what I know, I don’t think they’re going to re-sign me back. So, after this season, if there’s not a lockout, I’ll be looking for a new team. I’ve got a lot of respect for the Patriots and what they did for me and my family. The only thing I can do is play this year out and see what my future holds after that.”

Moss has enjoyed a career resurgence in New England, including his record breaking 2007 season.

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One comment for “Randy Moss’ Last Year in New England?”

  1. He’s probably right, which is somewhat of an indictment on the Pats’ willingness (or lack thereof) to spend.

    Now, if Moss has another 85-catch, 1200-yard season with 10 touchdowns, should the Pats bring Moss back at 34 years old? As long as he can still run, then sure. His chemistry with Brady is obvious, so he’d still be a great fit here.

    Posted by KC | February 21, 2010, 12:13 pm

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