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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 13 February 1977Rand, West Virginia, USA
Birth NameRandy Gene Moss
Height 6' 4" (1.93 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Randy Moss was born on February 13, 1977 in Rand, West Virginia, USA as Randy Gene Moss. He is an actor and producer, known for Super Bowl XLII (2008), NFL Monday Night Football (1970) and NFL on FOX (1994).

Trivia (9)

All-pro wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings (1998-2004),Oakland Raiders (2005-2006) and New England Patriots (2007-present).
Was a member of two teams which many consider to be the best teams to not win the Super Bowl. He played on the 1998 Minnesota Vikings which went 15-1 and scored a then record 556 points in the regular season. He also played on the 2007 New England Patriots which finished 16-0 and broke the points record previously set by the 1998 Vikings.
(2 March) Announced he has been traded to the Oakland Raiders for linebacker Napoleon Harris, the No. 7 pick in April's draft and a later round pick. [2005]
(April 29) Obtained from the Oakland Raiders by the New England Patriots for a fourth-round draft choice. [2007]
With the first seven games of the 2007 NFL season, has 44 receptions for 732 yards and ten touchdowns for the New England Patriots. [October 2007]
Ended the first half of the New England Patriots' 2007 season with 47 catches for 779 yards and 11 touchdowns, on a pace to smash the club's single-season touchdown record held by Stanley Morgan. [November 2007]
He has not played football since the end of the 2012 season. He finished with 156 career touchdowns, 92 with the Vikings in 113 games, 50 with the Patriots in 52 games, 11 in 29 games with the Oakland Raiders, and three in his 2012 season with the San Francisco 49ers.
Holds Minnesota Vikings single season record for Receiving Yards (1,632 in 2003).
Holds Minnesota Vikings single season record for Receiving Yards per Game (102 in 2003).

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