(Photos) NFL: Randy Moss Says His Babymother Blew $4 Mill on Drugs & He Retired to Care for Kids

Randy Moss is UP-SET with the mother of his children, claiming he retired from the NFL early to take care of his kids while his ex dealt with a $4 million drug addiction.  The woman’s family adamantly denies his claim.

NFL: Cris Carter & Ray Lewis Out, Randy Moss In On ESPN’s NFL Coverage

Things are continuing to shake up on ESPN’s NFL coverage, they will look dramatically different next year.  It was already reported that Mike Ditka is out from the Countdown show (though he will remain with the network in an emeritus role), and that Matt Hasslebeck and Charles Woodson are on their way in.   Trent Dilfer is also reportedly leaving in addition to two other names, Cris Carter and Ray Lewis.

NFL: Is Randy Moss Making a Comeback? It Sure Sounds Like It…

Randy Moss never quite hit the pinnacle of his career and that yearning to play football still hasn’t gone away despite being retired for a couple years.  For most guys the feeling never goes away, especially if you have unfinished business.  Could Moss be ready to hit the field again?  It sure sounds like he’s ready for a comeback.

(Video) Sports: Randy Moss Offers Advice to Jameis Winston

FSU quarterback Jameis Winston is going through a multitude of trouble.  From the alleged rape scandal to being arrested for stealing and the latest, the point shaving scandal.  If there’s anybody who knows what he’s going through, it’s Randy Moss.

(Video) NFL: Legendary WR Randy Moss Tells The Story Of His First Time Meeting Deion Sanders

The future hall of famer sat down recently and recalled the story of meeting Prime Time, and it was quite entertaining! Hit the jump for details.

NFL: Randy Moss Says He Would Consider Coming Out of Retirement Only to Play With These 2 Quarterbacks

During his 14-year NFL career, Randy Moss has drummed up a ton of accolades and as much controversy.  While jumping around to six different teams he won both an NFC and AFC Championship, seven Pro-Bowl selections and set a slew of league records.  One thing he hadn’t won is a Super Bowl championship.  Though he retired in 2011, he came back six months later and signed a one-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers in 2012 to give it one more shot.  They made it to the Super Bowl but lost to the Baltimore Ravens.  Moss called it quits yet again and joined Fox Sports 1 as an NFL analyst.  He confirmed reports that the Super Bowl champion, Seattle Seahawks reached out to him to replace wide receiver Percy Harvin who was traded to the New York Jets a couple weeks ago.  Though Moss says he’s in tip top shape, he will only come back to play with these two legendary quarterbacks.

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