Randy Moss says he’d play for Seahawks

Mar 16, 2011, 6:01 PM | Updated: Apr 4, 2011, 7:54 pm


By Brady Henderson

Wide receiver Randy Moss fawned over the Patriots and Vikings on a Minneapolis radio station on Wednesday. He also mentioned the Seahawks and Browns, perhaps randomly, as teams he’d play for if they were interested.

“Like I said, man, I want to play football. If it’s (with) the Cleveland Browns, Seattle Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, wherever it is, I just want somebody to respect what I do,” Moss told KFAN 1130-AM. “The loyalty that I believe in, man, I think that teams that I play for … I just like loyalty, and I want that around me.

“Whoever wants me, that’s where I’m going to play at.”

Moss, 34, spent parts of last season with the Patriots, Vikings and Titans, finishing with 28 catches for 393 yards and five touchdowns. He is not under contract for next season.

“The guy can still play, there’s no question about that,” John Clayton said on the Calabro show on Wednesday. “…I just can’t see him coming out this far unless he has no other offers. And he’ll get a couple offers.”

You can listen to John Clayton’s Cold Hard Facts here.

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