Moss says his NFL career is over

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Randy Moss the football player is moving on.

Moss, who signed on as an analyst with FOX Sports 1 recently, told Joe Buck in an interview Sunday that he's closing the door on his NFL career.

“I think at 36, I think I’m where I need to be right now,” Moss said. ”I’m enjoying my family life. I’m enjoying being on FOX with this great cast and just moving on with the next chapter in my life.”

It's ironic that Buck was the man interviewing Moss. Buck ripped Moss for this touchdown celebration at Lambeau Field during a 2005 playoff game.

If Randy's career is over, he finishes with 982 receptions for 15,292 yards and 156 touchdowns.

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