Feb 3, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss (84) is tackled by Baltimore Ravens strong safety Bernard Pollard (31) and free safety Ed Reed (20) in Super Bowl XLVII at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports

Randy Moss will sign with a team, under the right circumstances

Randy Moss is trying to get back into the league once again, this time with certain ‘terms’ if you would.

He’s looking for a team that has the right combination of quarterback, compensation, role and prospects for contending. In other words? It’s very unlikely that Randy Moss will play another down in the National Football League.

Honestly, I understand how good of a wide receiver Randy Moss was when he was younger, I mean he had some flashes of his early years within his last few seasons, but he’s 36 now. He’s not exactly the same player, which means if he doesn’t play another down, he could be eligible for the Hall of Fame in 2018.

I’m sure him being around the sport for as long as he has, like any other veteran, it’s hard to walk away from something you have been doing half your life. But reality will soon kick in and show him that it’s time for him to let somebody else do the route running.

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  • Sheila Morsey

    Well I am still holding out hope that the Patriots will make a big splash and sign him at the last minute for a one year deal. He knows the team well and he and Brady have a chemistry and they surely have a need for a wide receiver. As much as I hate how it happened his old jersey number is available too. Just seems like it happened for a reason is all I am saying.