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Vikings not interested in bringing Moss back to Minnesota

Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman says the team has no interest in re-signing Randy Moss for a third time. Spielman told reporters Thursday “we’ll be moving on.” The 35-year-old wide receiver announced earlier this week he wants to return to the NFL in 2012.
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Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman says the team has no interest in re-signing Randy Moss for a third time. Spielman told reporters Thursday “we’ll be moving on.” The 35-year-old wide receiver announced earlier this week he wants to return to the NFL in 2012.

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