Moss TV returns

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Receiver Randy Moss took to Ustream 10 days ago to announce his first annual unretirement.  Moss then popped up again multiple times on what he has dubbed “Moss TV” before taking a vacation in the Bahamas with former teammates Vince Wilfork and Kevin Faulk, and their families.

He’s now back from the Bahamas, and he was back on Moss TV earlier tonight, for the first time in more than a week.

This is the last time we’ll mention Moss TV until he says something significant, like whether he’s visiting a team or whether he has signed a contract or whether he was timed in the 40-yard dash by someone other than a guy who was counting in Mississippis.  But there’s one thing Moss said that we mentioned on Twitter, and that folks seemed to thoroughly enjoy.

So we’ll mention it here.  Reluctantly.

Someone sent Moss a question containing the phrase “Cleveland Steamer.”  And Moss didn’t know what it was.  So he asked aloud several times what a “Cleveland Steamer” is, guessing at one point that it’s a type of vacuum cleaner.

Eventually, a viewer informed Moss that he didn’t want to know what it is.  And if any of you don’t know what it is, you probably don’t want to know, either.

18 responses to “Moss TV returns

  1. I wish I were there, I would have told it’s what the Browns lay on the field every Sunday afternoon…he instantly would known what it was.

    Too easy I know…

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    Personal experience with it, much? Big talk coming from a guy whose team has sucked for quite a few years before last season.

  2. Awesome. I like it, wont watch it, but i like it.

    Had a funny thought, we think the selfcentered nfl players are bad, what if an NBA player did this crap? Hahah it would ruin the games image overNight! Ill take my not so bad selfcentered superstars any day over what the ‘other’ option is…

    Of couse… There is the option of just not video streaming.

  3. They need to take out the recievers, quarterbacks, and kickers… Then i might watch football again.

  4. Of course I didn’t want to know, but the term made me laugh a bit, so perused Urban Dictionary and was immediately turned off by the true definition.

    Our boy Randy wasn’t so stealth about it however – seriously, he had to ask several times, out loud? Amazing.

    Most of you folks from the upper Midwest know what a “steamer ” is (especially if you’re into ice fishing or hunting LOL). A Cleveland steamer is a rare bird, indeed…….

  5. For the curious types, look up Alabama hot pocket. Way worse than a Cleveland steamer, or Boston steamer. Those are the same things anyway. Look it up if your curiosity gets the best of you.

  6. Mike, having Googled the term “Cleveland Steamers”, which is not something that Cleveland fans should take pride in. I now know where the CLEVELAND BROWNS possibly got their name……….

  7. themonster49 says: Feb 23, 2012 9:35 PM

    Awesome. I like it, wont watch it, but i like it.

    Had a funny thought, we think the selfcentered nfl players are bad, what if an NBA player did this crap? Hahah it would ruin the games image overNight! Ill take my not so bad selfcentered superstars any day over what the ‘other’ option is…

    Of couse… There is the option of just not video streaming.
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    Clearly you have never heard of Stephon Marbury, Starbury had his own live stream thing going on for a few weeks after the Celtics won the Title in 2008. I never saw it, as I have never seen Moss TV, but there was some sort of uproar about Marbury walking around naked on his webstream or something…

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