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Randy Moss wants to play in 2013

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03:26 PM ET 01.28 | After coming out of retirement for what appeared like one last hurrah with the San Francisco 49ers, Randy Moss now looks like he's set on playing another season. The 35-year-old wide receiver plans on be out on the field in 2013.

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Randy Moss, USA TODAY Sports
January 28, 2013  04:03 PM ET

You might be a good fit with your old team in Minnesota, because you are probably better than anyone else they have except number 12.

January 28, 2013  04:11 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

You might be a good fit with your old team in Minnesota, because you are probably better than anyone else they have except number 12.

Also Miami.

January 28, 2013  04:39 PM ET

The chance that owner Zygi Wilf allows the Vikes to sign him again are slim and none, and slim just left the building. Miami is certainly a destination, maybe SD or resigning with SF.

January 28, 2013  04:55 PM ET

SF might keep him if he makes some plays sunday.

January 28, 2013  05:19 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

SF might keep him if he makes some plays sunday.

Mmmmm, no.

January 28, 2013  05:44 PM ET

I have to give him credit... I honestly thought that he was done.

January 28, 2013  05:46 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

I have to give him credit... I honestly thought that he was done.

He hasn't exactly been stellar this season.

January 28, 2013  06:45 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

He hasn't exactly been stellar this season.

He was what they needed him to be.

January 28, 2013  06:50 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Mmmmm, no.

Think of it this way, on this sunday half the nations' watching, no more quiting on plays.

January 28, 2013  07:14 PM ET
QUOTE(#8):

He was what they needed him to be.

I agree. SF knew they were not getting Randy Moss in his prime. They didn't pay him much (comparatively). He was a solid # 3 who made some big plays and, believe it or not, was a good influence in the locker room. Crucify me if you must, but as between him and Ray Lewis winning a SB tiltle this year, I am rooting for Moss.

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January 28, 2013  08:17 PM ET
QUOTE(#10):

I agree. SF knew they were not getting Randy Moss in his prime. They didn't pay him much (comparatively). He was a solid # 3 who made some big plays and, believe it or not, was a good influence in the locker room. Crucify me if you must, but as between him and Ray Lewis winning a SB tiltle this year, I am rooting for Moss.

I like this and I hope he does get his ring.

January 28, 2013  08:52 PM ET

If he wants to play look out, he's something else!

January 28, 2013  09:01 PM ET
QUOTE(#8):

He was what they needed him to be.

This. He's been there when they needed him, and more importantly, he's kept his mouth shut and hasn't drawn any attention to himself off the field.

January 28, 2013  09:01 PM ET
QUOTE(#12):

I like this and I hope he does get his ring.

Ditto this.

January 28, 2013  09:49 PM ET

I hope this is not one more case of a big name player having blown all of his money even before he retires and so is hanging on for a modest paycheck. He should have tens of millions in the bank.

January 29, 2013  08:42 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

I have to give him credit... I honestly thought that he was done.

Alex Smith didn't have the arm to get him the ball. All of his looks came from Kaepernick. Also they have Crabtree, Manningham, and Davis with him being the deep receiver. In the beginning with Kaepernick they didn't open up passing game enough for you to see him get many looks. So simply not enough opportunities to come his way this year because of the offense not him or his skills/performance. Put him in Miami or Dallas or Atlanta or San Diego where the QB's have long ball arms and you will see his production go up big time. You saw him with Brady and it was ridiculous. No one has yet said that he does not still have the physical ability...he is a freak of nature physically and always has been. I hope he scores at least one TD in SB. He deserves to score and play well in his 2nd SB.

January 29, 2013  12:20 PM ET
QUOTE(#16):

I hope this is not one more case of a big name player having blown all of his money even before he retires and so is hanging on for a modest paycheck. He should have tens of millions in the bank.

Agreed. His accountant must have finally gotten his attention.

January 29, 2013  01:57 PM ET
QUOTE(#10):

I agree. SF knew they were not getting Randy Moss in his prime. They didn't pay him much (comparatively). He was a solid # 3 who made some big plays and, believe it or not, was a good influence in the locker room. Crucify me if you must, but as between him and Ray Lewis winning a SB tiltle this year, I am rooting for Moss.

I can agree with this

 
January 29, 2013  11:59 PM ET
QUOTE(#10):

I agree. SF knew they were not getting Randy Moss in his prime. They didn't pay him much (comparatively). He was a solid # 3 who made some big plays and, believe it or not, was a good influence in the locker room. Crucify me if you must, but as between him and Ray Lewis winning a SB tiltle this year, I am rooting for Moss.

Good post, I hope moss gets his ring too

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