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08:00 AM ET 09.07 | Randy Moss took the occasion of his first public comments since camp began to express his frustration with the Patriots. Moss, 33, entering the final year of a three-year deal, is scheduled to earn $6.4 million this season and said he thinks he deserves a new pact based on his production the past two seasons. "When you have done so much and put so much work in, it kind of feels like I am not wanted," Moss said in an exclusive interview with CBSSports.com. "I am taking that in stride and playing my final year out and whatever the future holds is what it holds, but it is kind of a bad feeling -- feeling not wanted."

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September 7, 2010  08:04 AM ET
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And if they don't want him, why is he on the team?

DUH, Randy???? Get a phkn grip!! Sup, Chico?

September 7, 2010  08:05 AM ET
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Must be contract year...

He'll do anything to get attention, this is no different.

September 7, 2010  08:07 AM ET

Randy - Mr. Kraft is being especially cheap with the labor uncertainty. Just ask Brady and Mankins. Otherwise...shut up and play!

September 7, 2010  08:10 AM ET

Its not like he is making 9 million again this year like he did the last three. He will have made over 30 million in his time here. Get over it Randall

September 7, 2010  08:11 AM ET

6.4 plus a bonus

September 7, 2010  08:13 AM ET
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Randy - Mr. Kraft is being especially cheap with the labor uncertainty. Just ask Brady and Mankins. Otherwise...shut up and play!

Agreed.

September 7, 2010  08:17 AM ET
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Its not like he is making 9 million again this year like he did the last three. He will have made over 30 million in his time here. Get over it Randall

WORD and Man The Phk UP!!!!

September 7, 2010  08:20 AM ET

the patriots for years have thrived off being able to get players to come to their team because of the good orgnization persona they have.. but now they are starting to turn that around just wacth how their treatment of brady and moss and mankins comes back to bite them in the end especially their treatment of brady who has more then once restructured his contract to bring in more talent to the team with the promise of we will pay u down the line and now that its time to pay they basiclly stickin there middle finger up to him SMH... and to think when he re-did his deal and peyton refused to do it for the colts brady was called a saint and peyton was called selfish but now i bet that brady wishes he would have been a lil more selfish to

September 7, 2010  08:23 AM ET

The wheels on the Pats bus seem to be a bit wobbly these days. A very shaky D and a lot more than the usual personnel issues rearing up.

September 7, 2010  08:23 AM ET

How will he feed his kids?

September 7, 2010  08:24 AM ET

I suppose this was inevitable... now we should get to see how Little Bill handles the situation when this b-tard quits on the field like he did with the Raiders...

September 7, 2010  08:24 AM ET
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Randy - Mr. Kraft is being especially cheap with the labor uncertainty. Just ask Brady and Mankins. Otherwise...shut up and play!

Agree. It is the pats way. They usually wait for that contract to run out. If there is a lockout next year, he would be 35 in 2012 when play resumes. Bad timing, just ask Mankins.

September 7, 2010  08:25 AM ET
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How will he feed his kids?

He'll get sound advice from LaTrell Sprewell and Associates...

September 7, 2010  08:26 AM ET
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How will he feed his kids?

He made $9 million last year, he should have no problem feeding his kids.

September 7, 2010  08:28 AM ET
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He'll get sound advice from LaTrell Sprewell and Associates...

He'll also get advice on what to do when his yacht gets reposessed.

September 7, 2010  08:29 AM ET
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Could you imagine if Albert was his kid?

He'd be the only NFL star on welfare.

September 7, 2010  08:30 AM ET
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He'll get sound advice from LaTrell Sprewell and Associates...

11/9/04 - ???I told you I needed to feed my family,??? Sprewell said at a press conference yesterday. ???They offered me 3 years at $21 million. That???s not going to cut it. And I???m not going to sit here and continue to give my children food while this front office takes money out of my pocket." Yes...an all-time classic idiot statement

September 7, 2010  08:31 AM ET
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11/9/04 - ???I told you I needed to feed my family,??? Sprewell said at a press conference yesterday. ???They offered me 3 years at $21 million. That???s not going to cut it. And I???m not going to sit here and continue to give my children food while this front office takes money out of my pocket." Yes...an all-time classic idiot statement

When I read that I'm like how many kids do you have that you can't feed them on $7 million a year?

September 7, 2010  08:33 AM ET
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When I read that I'm like how many kids do you have that you can't feed them on $7 million a year?

Doesn't he have like one kid for each month of the year with different mothers?

 
September 7, 2010  08:37 AM ET
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He'll also get advice on what to do when his yacht gets reposessed.

LOL!!!

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