Randy Moss has one wish for his 35th birthday, which happens to be February 13th, and that wish is to go back and play in the NFL.
It’s hard to tell if there’s a team that will have Randy Moss because like Terrell Owens, he brings a lot of controversy to the league.
He made his announcement on his USTREAM channel Monday morning, telling his fans that he would like to play football again.
“The real Moss is on his way back to the NFL,” he stated. “I didn’t want to make no splash, that’s why I left it on Moss TV.”
After playing for three different teams in 2010 and having his worst career statistics since coming into the league in 1998, he retired from the game in 2011.
He said on his site that he needed a year away from the game to “recharge” and doesn’t regret his decision, but now he feels that he is “refocused.”
“Your boy be back for the upcoming season,” he added.
Randy, apparently did not give his agent a heads up about wanting to return to the game, so he called in during the Webcast to question him about it. Randy just laughed and went on to answer other questions from fans.
Moss currently holds the NFL’s touchdown reception record of (23, set in 2007), in addition to the NFL single-season touchdown reception record for a rookie (17, in 1998).