Randy Moss said last week that the Seahawks reached out to him about coming out of retirement last year. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll found that amusing.
Asked about it on Wednesday, Carroll said the Seahawks had no interest in Moss.
“Thanks for asking that. That never happened. That never happened. Nobody asked that question, and, you know, that’s never happened,” Carroll said.
Carroll did indicate that Terrell Owens, who spent the 2012 preseason in Seattle, had shown some interest in getting another shot.
“I won’t say that I didn’t get a call from T.O., though,” Carroll said with a laugh.
Suffice to say, the 40-year-old Owens is done in the NFL. And although the 37-year-old Moss has mused about coming back for a chance to play with Peyton Manning in Denver, it’s safe to say Moss is retired, too.