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Retirement? Not for Randy Moss

He’s 35, well-rested and ready for a season of NFL action. Yes, we’re talking about Randy Moss, who says he’s coming out of retirement. As he puts it: “I just wanna go to a team and play some football.” No word yet on which team will take a chance on a guy famous for playing when he feels like playing.
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He’s 35, well-rested and ready for a season of NFL action. Yes, we’re talking about Randy Moss, who says he’s coming out of retirement. As he puts it: “I just wanna go to a team and play some football.” No word yet on which team will take a chance on a guy famous for playing when he feels like playing.

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