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History doesn't bode well for Moss

The Star Tribune's Jim Souhan takes a look at the likelihood of 35-year-old Randy Moss' return to the NFL by comparing his statistics and lifestyle to Chris Carter when he was the same age. Don't place any bets on Randy returning to put up stellar numbers.
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The Star Tribune's Jim Souhan takes a look at the likelihood of 35-year-old Randy Moss' return to the NFL by comparing his statistics and lifestyle to Chris Carter when he was the same age. Don't place any bets on Randy returning to put up stellar numbers.

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