Randy Moss or Reggie Wayne? Fan's Take

By Tom Sorensen / McClatchy Newspapers CHARLOTTE, NC — Randy Moss turned 35 Monday. How old is 35? Carolina's Steve Smith will turn 33 in May. What do you give a man who has everything but a job? You give him a job. Moss announced during a birthday

by Matt Conner • Feb 14, 2012 6:22 AM CST Randy Moss likely still has enough talent to make an impact on an NFL roster. Terrell Owens would likely say the same. Even though Scott Pioli has a history with taking a chance on Randy Moss during his tenure

By Calvin Watkins Back in 1998, Cowboys general manager Jerry Jones bypassed on drafting wide receiver Randy Moss in the first round due to off-the-field issues. Fast forward to 2012 and with Moss making his Sugar Ray Leonard return to the NFL,

Davis, who covered Moss twice in one season because of his trade from the New England Patriots to Minnesota, then release, which put him into the arms of the Tennessee Titans, held the seven-time Pro Bowler to one catch

Randy Moss is definitely a No. 1 receiver, if you've ever seen one. With a career that includes almost 15000 yards receiving, 153 touchdowns and ten seasons of 1000 receiving yards or more, Moss has quite the pedigree to be a team primary target.