Tom Brady says he talked to Randy Moss about coming out of retirement to play for the New England Patriots, but that Moss was noncommittal. More from Brady:
“Would it surprise me? You never know in the NFL,” Brady told Boston sports radio WEEI during his weekly call-in Tuesday. “I talked to Randy just before the start of training camp. I love Randy. He’s one of the greatest wide receivers in the history of the game, one of the greater players I’ve ever had the chance to play with.
“Unfortunately, I don’t make personnel decisions. If I did, I’d still have all my friends here — Troy [Brown], David Patten, Deion [Branch] never would have left. I’ve seen so many guys move on, then guys come back. Who knows? You never know what situation we’ll be in here next week, for that matter.
“I can’t get into [Moss’s] brain at all. I love the guy. He’s a great friend of mine. If he ever did have the opportunity to come back, I’d certainly welcome it with open arms.”
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Source: Chris Forsberg