Although Tim DiPiero, who represented Patriots receiver Randy Moss from 1998 through a point in the fairly recent past, believes that Moss plans to finish his career without an agent, we continue to hear rumors and rumblings that Moss is in the market for new representation.
At this point, it’s unclear whether those rumors and rumblings are rooted in reality. The talk could be emanating from the wishful thinking of the folks who’d like to reel in Randy as a client. Or perhaps people acquainted with Moss have misinterpreted his words and/or actions to suggest he’ll be hiring a replacement.
Regardless, Moss tends to do things his own way. And it’s entirely possible that he initially decided to go it alone, but that he’s not closing the door on changing his mind — especially if someone is willing to take far less than the maximum fee of three percent of all football earnings.