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How Good Can Randy Moss Be?
The Vikings have set up their franchise receiver for a monster season, but they can only pray that he will control his anger and let his good side shine through
Catching Up Rookie receiver Randy Moss is haunted by past mistakes, but the Vikings seemingly didn't err by drafting him after 19 other teams had shied away
It must be their Nordic reserve or just Midwestern manners, butthe Minnesota Vikings are too polite to smirk. They feel likesmirking. They know ...
CUT OFF FROM THE HERD RANDY MOSS, THE MOST GIFTED PLAYER IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL, IS LEADING THE REVIVAL OF A MARSHALL PROGRAM STILL HAUNTED BY A DEVASTATING 1970 PLANE CRASH. BUT MOSS CARES LITTLE ABOUT THE THUNDERING HERD'S PAST--AND WON'T BE AROUND FOR ITS
Everybody's watching him. Randy Moss can feel the eyes of thelunchtime crowd at the Bob Evans restaurant, the double takesand furtive ...
Moss Appeal Randy Moss has been better than advertised, on and off the field. Will he turn out to be the NFL's Michael Jordan?
As they prepare for a live interview at the Minnesota Vikings'practice facility in Eden Prairie, Minn., Randy Moss and CrisCarter fall easily into ...
DO NOT DISTURB
There's another side to Randy Moss, the Oakland Raiders' controversial new receiver, but he'd prefer that you didn't knock on his door to find it.
Bigger, Badder, Brasher Modeling themselves on Randy Moss and riding a revolution on offense, wide receivers are the new superstars of the college game
He was a junior varsity quarterback waiting for the day he'd be handed the keys to the offense at fabled Permian High in Odessa, Texas.
"I've done everything I could to push myself, sometimes too hard. Right now, I'm doing everything. THERE'S NOTHING I CAN'T DO."
Exuding confidence in his surgically rebuilt left knee, the Patriots' Tom Brady is so anxious to play again that he looks forward to the grind of two-a-days
At his first Patriots minicamp, wideout Randy Moss looked like a new man. Can a player disparaged for his work ethic succeed in an all-for-one ethos?
Swinging for the Fences The Vikings' Daunte Culpepper is the biggest, strongest, fastest quarterback the NFL has ever seen, but he's using a different set of chains to measure his forward progress: He wants to be the best ever
"I want to be the best ever," he says. "I don't want to be just somebody who played the game. I hang out with [wideout] Randy [Moss] more than ...
Randy's New Ride
The Patriots' receiver buys a NASCAR team