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Moss on NFL return: 'I'm going to tear somebody's heads off'

In another web video chat, Randy Moss says he probably won't sign with the Vikings if he returns to the NFL -- and won't tell anyone why his second stay in Minnesota ended badly. He's saving that story for his tell-all book.
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In another web video chat, Randy Moss says he probably won't sign with the Vikings if he returns to the NFL -- and won't tell anyone why his second stay in Minnesota ended badly. He's saving that story for his tell-all book.

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