Randy Moss last played in Super Bowl XLVII, nearly two years ago. Retired and working for FOX, Moss recently suggested on a FOX podcast that he would consider playing again, if Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning were to give Moss a call.
“I’m gonna tell you this, for me to come out of retirement for a player such as Peyton Manning, I would consider that,” Moss told Peter Schrager of FOX, via the Denver Post. “I really would consider it. I’m still in great shape, I can still run. I’m not the most old, but just by looking at the things I see on Sundays, I can still go out there and catch some passes and catch some touchdowns.”
Moss also confirmed a report from Jay Glazer of FOX (which quote possibly came from Moss) that the Seahawks previously reached out to Moss. (Maybe that should be the headline.)
Last December, Moss claimed he could still score 15 or 16 touchdowns in a season. He’ll likely remain at zero for 2014, because Peyton has Demaryius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders, Wes Welker, and Julius Thomas. Unless one or more of those guys get hurt, there will be no reason to even think about Moss.