Dallas doesn't want Randy Moss

Randy Moss was rumored to be open to a comeback if he was offered the right compensation from a winning team with a proven quarterback. The Bears, Giants, Jets, Eagles, Patriots, and Cowboys were on a short list, but now you can cross Dallas off that list.
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Randy Moss was rumored to be open to a comeback if he was offered the right compensation from a winning team with a proven quarterback. The Bears, Giants, Jets, Eagles, Patriots, and Cowboys were on a short list, but now you can cross Dallas off that list.

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