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Capable enough to make any defense in the sports of football, Randy Moss is the eminent American football wide receiver. An extremely athletic man, in his first year with Marshall University, Moss took the world of sport by storm, with a record-breaking season.
His stellar success with New English patriots was the best response he could send back to his detractors, while there were those who doubted his ability and credibility after a dry season. His success was never seen as a slump as he shattered all records, after transferring from one team to another.
He showed on more than one occasion, by his appearances, that he was a force to be dealt with and that his talent was par excellence. As a result, the New York Times called him the biggest enigma in the National Football League, but the fame was all quite short-lived.
His off-field actions put him in enormous trouble, and he was sentenced to sixty days in jail for indulging in a race battle and having found positive for cannabis. The fact still remains that he is now respected and pursued by multiple fans, despite his failing public profile.
Height / Weight / Age
Born on the 13th of February 1977 Randy Moss is currently 45 years old. As a professional footballer, he has kept himself in a good shape and has a muscular body frame. He also appears to be tall and has a height of 6 feet while he has maintained his weight at 98 kg approximately. Randy Moss has dark brown eyes and the color of his hair is black.
One of the well-known stars in professional American football Randy Moss has earned most of his wealth through his football career. He has been in the part of New England Patriots after starting with Minnesota Vikings. Moss has also earned a lot of wealth through advertisements as well. The total net worth estimated for Randy Moss is $25 million US dollars as of now.
Education / Family
A native of West Virginia Randy Moss was born and raised in Rand, West Virginia, USA. He is the son of Maxine Moss and Randy Pratt and grew up with his brother and sister. After studying at DuPont High School, he attended Marshall University.
Randy Gene Moss
|Birth Place||Rand, West Virginia, USA|
|Date Of Birth||13th Feb 1977|
|Height||In Centimetres – 182 cm
In Feet and Inches – 6′ 0”
|Weight||In Kilograms – 98 kg
In Pounds – 216 pounds
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|School||DuPont High School|
|Home Town||Rand, West Virginia, USA|
|Fathers Name||Maxine Moss|
|Mothers Name||Randy Pratt|
Career / Fashion And Style
He moved to the State of Florida in 1996, following his prison sentence, but his tenure there was brief. He was transferred to the University of Marshall, wherein one season he set several records, including a touchdown catch.
His success has also allowed the university team to have an unbeaten season and allowed them to earn the national championship in Division I-AA in the last season of the school. He has played for their first-round selection for Minnesota Vikings and he set a record of 17 touchdown catches as a rookie.
From 1998 to 2005, he was with the Minnesota Vikings. In 2005, he transferred to Oakland Raiders where the concentration and strength of his success lacked, which generated more issues for the already downtrodden franchise. He dismissed the critics with his brilliant success in 2007 when he was acquired by the New England Patriots.
His lawyer, Joel Segal, announced Moss’s intention to retire from football on August 1, 2011. Moss revealed his intention in February 2012 to cancel his retirement. Moss revealed his intention in February 2012 to cancel his retirement. He reached a one-year deal on unspecified contractual terms with the San Francisco 49ers on March 12, 2012.
Girlfriends, Affairs, Wife and More
He has been married to Lydia Griffith Moss and was previously dating Libby Ofutt. From his marriage, Randy has two sons and two daughters.
|Wife||Lydia Griffith Moss
|Children||Son – Thaddeus Moss, Montigo Moss,
Daughter – Sydney Moss, Senali Moss
Some Interesting Facts About Randy Moss
- He was also part of the basketball team and captured the 100-meter and 200-meter dash state championships.
- He attended DuPont High School in Belle, West Virginia, where he became a football team captain.
- He led his squad to victory and won the state AAA football crown, which is West Virginia’s highest football honor.
- He had 109 receptions, 44 touchdowns, and 2,435 yards to his name in football by the time he graduated high school.
- He was awarded a scholarship to play football at the University of Notre Dame in 1995, completing his high school graduation.
- However, he got embroiled in a racially motivated war before attending the college, for which he received a suspended prison term of 30 days.
- The university suspended his scholarship after pleading guilty.
- He was labeled one of the 50 Greatest Vikings as well.
- Among his teammates at Marshall University, this famous American footballer was known as the ‘The Freak’.