Randy Moss Bio, Age, Stats, Wife, Kids, Net Worth, Jersey, 40 time, Son

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1 Randy Moss Biography2 Randy Moss Age3 Randy Moss Wife4 Randy Moss Kids | Randy Moss Son5 Randy Moss Net Worth6 Randy Moss Jersey7 Randy Moss 40 Time8 Randy Moss Stats9 Randy Moss Highschool10 Randy Moss – ESPN Press Room U.S.11 Randy Moss shows up to Patriots training camp to hang out with Bill Belichick and the team takes passes from Tom Brady12 Randy Moss Twitter

Randy Moss Biography

Randy Moss Gene is a television sports analyst and former American professional gridiron football player. He is a wide receiver who played 14 seasons in the National Football League. He holds the NFL single-season touchdown reception record.

The NFL single-season touchdown reception record for a rookie, and is second on the NFL all-time regular season touchdown reception list with 156. Randy Moss currently works for ESPN as a studio analyst for their Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown programs.

Moss’s dream was to play for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, but he also considered going to Ohio State, where his half-brother, Eric, had played offensive tackle. Former Notre Dame head coach Lou Holtz said, “Randy Moss was the best high school football player I’ve ever seen.” Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden said “He was as good as Deion Sanders. Deion’s my measuring stick for athletic ability, and this kid was just a bigger Deion.”

After originally signing a letter of intent to play college football with Notre Dame in 1995, Moss took part in a racially charged fight at his high school that left one person hospitalized. On March 23, 1995, Moss had backed a friend in a hallway fight against a white student who had allegedly used racist comments towards Randy’s friend. Moss was initially charged with a felony for kicking the student, but it was later reduced to a misdemeanor.

Randy Moss Age

He was born on 13th February 1977 in Charleston, West Virginia in the United States. Randy is 42 years old as of 2019. Moss moved to Rand, West Virginia at a young age.

Randy Moss Wife

Moss’s former girlfriend was Libby Offutt thus the marriage was not successful being that Libby Offutt was a drug addict. The couple parted ways for a long time, but they had a dispute on social media. Randy Moss accused his ex-wife of taking excessive drugs of $4 million and prevented her from meeting his kids. Whereas, Libby denied the allegations and told that if she had taken that much, she would be dead by now. However, Randy Moss is now married to Lydia Moss and thanked her in his 2018 Pro Football hall of fame ceremony for treating his children as her own.

Randy Moss Kids | Randy Moss Son

Moss and his ex-wife have four children. Two daughters, Sydney and Senali, and two sons, Thaddeus and Montigo. Thaddeus Moss played football as a defensive end for Boone County High School, St. Albans High School. and Lincoln High. This was before transferring to Victory Christian Center High School in Charlotte, North Carolina, where Randy was hired as an associate head coach in June 2014.

In 2016, Thaddeus played tight end for the NC State Wolfpack. On April 24, 2017, Thaddeus announced that he would be transferring to Louisiana State University. Sydney is a basketball player at NCAA Division III Thomas More College and set the record for points in the 2014 Division III NCAA Tournament.

Montigo Moss aka “Tigo” is Randy’s third child. He was born in 2002 and is currently 16-years-old. He is a standout football player at South Mecklenburg High School in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Sydney Moss is Randy’s oldest child and his first daughter. She was born on March 6, 1994, and is currently 24-years-old. She is a two-time WBCA Player of the Year and NCAA DIII All-American has been named as an Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach for the upcoming 2019-20 season, announces Athletic Director, Laura Courtley Todd. Senali Moss is Randy’s youngest child. She was born in 2004 and is currently 14-years-old. She has received 9 awards while playing basketball at South Mecklenburg High School.

Randy Moss Net Worth

Moss has a net worth of $25 million. He summons the average of $6.5 million as his salary.

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Randy Moss 40 Time

He has the NFL record for most TDs receptions in a season 23 in the year 2007, most TD receptions by a rookie in a season 17 in the year 1998, Most seasons with 17 or more TD receptions (3) and many, many more. Randy Moss is a seven-time Pro Bowl selection and a member of the NFL 2000s All-Decade Team. At the 1998 NFL Combine, Moss ran a 4.25 40-yard dash.

Randy Moss Stats

Season Team Receiving Rushing Fumbles
G GS Rec Yds Avg Lng TD Att Yds Avg Lng TD FUM Lost
2012 San Francisco 49ers 16 2 28 434 15.5 55 3 1 0
2010 Tennessee Titans 8 4 6 80 13.3 26 0
2010 Minnesota Vikings 4 4 13 174 13.4 37T 2
2010 New England Patriots 4 3 9 139 15.4 35T 3
2009 New England Patriots 16 16 83 1,264 15.2 71T 13 2 1
2008 New England Patriots 16 16 69 1,008 14.6 76T 11 2 0 0.0 2 0 3 2
2007 New England Patriots 16 16 98 1,493 15.2 65T 23
2006 Oakland Raiders 13 13 42 553 13.2 51 3
2005 Oakland Raiders 16 15 60 1,005 16.8 79 8
2004 Minnesota Vikings 13 13 49 767 15.7 82T 13 1 1
2003 Minnesota Vikings 16 16 111 1,632 14.7 72 17 6 18 3.0 11 0 1 1
2002 Minnesota Vikings 16 16 106 1,347 12.7 60 7 6 51 8.5 25 0 1 1
2001 Minnesota Vikings 16 16 82 1,233 15.0 73T 10 3 38 12.7 18 0
2000 Minnesota Vikings 16 16 77 1,437 18.7 78T 15 3 5 1.7 9 0 2 0
1999 Minnesota Vikings 16 16 80 1,413 17.7 67T 11 4 43 10.8 15 0 3 3
1998 Minnesota Vikings 16 11 69 1,313 19.0 61T 17 1 4 4.0 4 0 2 1
TOTAL 982 15,292 15.6 82 156 25 159 6.4 25 0 16 10

Randy Moss Highschool

He attended DuPont High School in Belle, West Virginia, one of two schools that later consolidated into Riverside High School, where he excelled in football, basketball, baseball, and track. Randy was also on the school’s debate team. By the time he completed high school, Randy Moss had 109 catches, 44 touchdowns and 2,435 yards to his credit in football.

In 1995, following his graduation from high school, he has presented a scholarship to play football at the University of Notre Dame. However, before joining the college, he got involved in a racially motivated fight, for which Randy Moss received a 30 day suspended jail sentence. After pleading guilty, the university revoked his scholarship.

Randy Moss – ESPN Press Room U.S.

Moss joined ESPN in July 2016 as an NFL analyst. He appears on Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown from the site of each week’s Monday Night Football game, in addition to contributing to ESPN’s annual Super Bowl week coverage. Moss is a six-time Pro Bowler and one of the most transcendent wide receivers in NFL history.

He played 14 NFL seasons until his retirement in 2012, redefining the wide receiver position throughout his brilliant career. Randy Moss played for the Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans, and San Francisco 49ers, amassing 15,292 career yards and 982 receptions, including 156 for touchdowns.

Moss earned Pro Bowl honors six times and was a First-Team All-Pro on four occasions. Randy Moss was the NFL’s receiving touchdown leader five times, including 2007 when he set the NFL single-season record with 23. That year, he also caught 98 passes for 1,493 yards, helping lead the Patriots to Super Bowl XLII and a perfect 16-0 regular-season record.

Randy Moss shows up to Patriots training camp to hang out with Bill Belichick and the team takes passes from Tom Brady

Randy Moss was a surprise guest at the Patriots training camp at Gillette Stadium on Saturday. The Hall of Famer caught up with the future Hall of Famer Tom Brady ahead of camp and later took passes from the quarterback. Randy Moss and Brady brought back memories of their time as a quarterback-receiver duo.

In 2007 their talents combined to make history when Moss caught Brady’s 50th touchdown pass of the season, an NFL record at the time. Randy Moss and Brady picked up where they left off while playing catch at camp. If the Patriots need another wide receiver they know who to call.

When asked why he showed up at training camp Moss said, “I specifically came back just to show some support to the New England Patriots.” Randy Moss wanted to see a few “familiar faces” and catch up with coach Bill Belichick as well as some players on the team. He noted that he planned to see “Tom, Mathew Slater, Edelman.” Randy Moss played with all of them during his time with the Patriots.

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