• Moss plans to play at least one more year

    Summary of 30 articles · Updated Feb 1, 2013
    "I like to keep it real," Moss said. Moss, 35, will be a free agent after this season. Per a source with knowledge of Moss’s thinking, the future Hall of Famer plans to play at least one more year. But Birk, whose Ravens play Moss’ 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, followed Denny Green’s old advice and kept himself up on the high road while talking about Moss. “I’m very surprised Randy Moss used that in those words, that he’s the greatest,” Rice said on ESPN’s NFL Live, via Yahoo Sports. 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss doesn’t talk to the media much these days, but the occasions when he does are usually good for something more than the usual bland platitudes we hear from many of his fellow professional athletes. "Because I think back when Jerry was playing and no disrespect to Jerry Rice, because he's arguably the greatest but for me to be able to go out here and change and revolutionize the game from a single safety to a Cover 2 safety and dropping three guys deep and dropping four guys deep and still be able to make it happen? That is why I really hold my hat on that, that I really feel in my heart and in my mind that I am the greatest receiver to ever play this game."
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    • Jerry Rice responds to Randy Moss' boast about being top receiver

      Hall of Famer Jerry Rice has no interest in a back-and-forth debate with Randy Moss during Super Bowl week about who's the greatest NFL wide receiver of all time.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Moss says Titans “blackballed” him in 2010

      After the Vikings fired receiver Randy Moss during the 2010 season, the Titans claimed his contract on waivers. And then Moss languished in Tennessee, with six catches for 80 yards in eight games. So what happened?  As part of his compulsory media avail…
    • Double Coverage: Legends of Lewis, Moss

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      Source: ESPN.com
    • Reviewing Moss' time in Tennessee

      Randy Moss' short time with the Titans in 2010 still stirs debate in Nashville. The team was hardly stacked at receiver, claimed Moss off waivers, then hardly used him. It’s still a punchline that former coach Jeff Fisher and his staff, once Kenny Britt
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Jerry Rice and Terrell Owens -- not Randy Moss -- are the top receivers in NFL history, according to... Owens

      Terrell Owens was on a set Tuesday with the actor Matthew Perry, filming an episode of the NBC sitcom “Go On,” when he caught the tail end of Randy Moss’ declaration about being the greatest wide receiver in NFL history, but he isn't buying it.
    • Moss watching Gang Green

      The way former Bengals running back Stanford Jennings tells it, when he returned to watch his old high school team play in Summerville, S.C., he phoned ex-teammate Ira Hillary at halftime to tell him he had just seen the next Randy Moss.
      Source: bengals.com
    • Shelton: Diva? Yes, but Randy Moss now a Super Bowl mentor

      By Gary Shelton, Times Sports Columnist Wednesday, January 30, 2013 NEW ORLEANSWith every catch, with every route, there always has been a different way to describe Randy Moss.He was a diva. He was a distraction. He was a talent. He was arrogant. He was…
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    • “Humble” Moss repeats his claim that he’s the best ever

      On Tuesday, an ordinarily media-shy Randy Moss made a bold proclamation:  Moss said he’s the best receiver to ever play football. On Wednesday, Moss reiterated the claim. “Everybody is going to have their opinion,” Moss said, via Matt Maiocco of CS
    • Moss-Rice: Who changed the game more?

      NFC West colleague Mike Sando is handling our coverage of Randy Moss' continued assertions that he is the best receiver in NFL history. Based on Twitter, at least, it seems clear that NFC North blog readers remain interested in Moss' comments as well as…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Rice surprised to hear Moss declare himself the greatest

      Randy Moss said yesterday he thought he was the greatest receiver in league history. Then the 49ers receiver said it again today, though he went on at length about how much respect he has for Jerry Rice. But after the first volley, Rice himself admitted…
    • Randy Moss sticks with his narrative, insists that he’s the greatest receiver of all time

      San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss caused a bit of a fracas during Tuesday's Super Bowl Media Day when he proclaimed himself to be the greatest receiver in NFL history. "Now that I'm older, I do think I'm the greatest receiver to ever do …
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    • Moss: No shouting match with Jerry Rice

      NEW ORLEANS -- San Francisco 49ers receiver Randy Moss has no plans to escalate the debate sparked Tuesday by his claim to be the greatest receiver in NFL history. Instead, Moss calmly stuck to his position during interviews Wednesday morning from the 4…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • No need for Rice to count rings in response

      NEW ORLEANS -- Jerry Rice expressed surprise after hearing Randy Moss proclaim himself the greatest receiver in NFL history. Rice's response sounded unnecessarily emotional and personal coming from someone so widely accepted as the best to ever play the…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Moss admits he doesn’t like his role, but not divisive about it

      We mentioned earlier today that 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss declared himself the best wideout in the history of the game. You’ll likely see much more about him in the coming days, in many outlets, because he was so open and forthcoming and illuminati
    • Randy Moss and Matt Birk move on

      NFC West colleague Mike Sando is an avid reader of the NFC North blog, and so naturally he noticed last week's post on two 1998 Minnesota Vikings draft picks -- receiver Randy Moss and center Matt Birk -- who will appear for opposite teams in Super Bwl …
    • Moss Could Come Back For Another Season; Will It Be With The Niners?

      49ers wide receiver Randy Moss has spent the Super Bowl XLVII media day declaring himself the greatest WR in NFL history, and may still keep playing in 2013 just to prove it. Citing a source familiar with Moss’s thinking, ProFootballTalk reports the bra
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    • Kaepernick's fastball no joke for WR Moss

      NEW ORLEANS -- San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick throws the football with tremendous velocity, as Randy Moss' dislocated finger can testify. Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Graham provided independent witness testimony Tuesday during Su…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Jerry Rice consistent in criticism of Dallas Cowboys Bill Callahan

    Bill Callahan is expected to assume the role of offensive coordinator for the Cowboys. And Jerry Rice remains consistent in his criticism. Like former Oakland teammate Tim Brown he now backs away from the word sabotage, but Rice remains baffled by Calla…

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