Randy Moss

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Randy Moss is one of the greatest physical athletes to every play the game of football.  Randy was known for his long effortless stride that allowed him to cruise by defenders without turning a sweat.  Sports Speaker Moss was raised in Rand, West Virginia where he dominated in football, basketball, track and field, and baseball.  Moss was named the West Virginia Football and Basketball player of the year in (1993 and 1994).  Eventually he went on to play college football at Marshall University where he compiled over 3,500 receiving yards and 54 touchdowns in just two years.  Twice being named an All-American, helped Moss to be drafted 21st overall in the 1998 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings.

After entering the league Moss immediately made the other 20 NFL teams regret passing up on him.  He was named the 1998 Rookie of the Year, and to the Pro Bowl as a rookie.  Through his first 6 years in the NFL with Minnesota, Moss was arguably the best wide receiver in the league. In 2005, Moss was traded to the Oakland Raiders where he struggled to make and impact and was dealt again to the New England Patriots.  Randy began to thrive again with Tom Brady and in 2007 he set the record for most receiving touchdowns (23) in a season.  Randy played 2 ½ more years with the Patriots before bouncing around between the Vikings, Tennessee Titans, and San Francisco 49ers in the twilight of his career. During his career, Moss was named to 7 Pro Bowls and was a 4x 1st Team All-Pro selection.

Randy has made it a large emphasis in his life to give back to the community.  He has launched the Randy Moss Celebrity Charity Invitational Bass Tournament which started in 2005 to benefit the Smile Network as well as the Links for Learning foundation to help benefit underprivileged students in West Virginia.  Randy Moss was also hired by FOX Sports 1 as an analyst after his retirement in 2013.  He has received critical acclaim for his role, and will be featured on more of FOX’s football programming this year.