Randy Moss: One more year

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If the 49ers win the Super Bowl this Sunday, ex-Viking Randy Moss won’t walk off into the sunset.

NBC Sports is reporting that Moss plans to play at least one more season.

He’s been a role player with San Francisco, with 28 receptions, 434 yards and three touchdowns during the regular season.

After the 49ers defeated Atlanta in the NFC title game, coach Jim Harbaugh told the Reuters news service that he wants the future hall of famer back for another season.

If Moss doesn't sign with San Francisco, there's already speculation among Patriots writers that he might be a good fit for New England in 2013.

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