Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Report: Eagles Made An Offer To Randy Moss After His Retirement


According to a report from Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald the Eagles made an offer to former Pro Bowl wide receiver Randy Moss following his retirement. She tweeted:

“After Moss filed his retirement papers, I’m told the Eagles made an offer. So file that under bad timing.”

Even though Moss has yet to give the Eagles the answer they want, it’s not out of the question that he might change his mind. Although it’s been reported that Moss has filed his retirement papers, he can change his mind and send the league office a letter letting them know that he wants to play again and the retirement letter would be null and void.

This isn’t a surprise to me. I remember a number of years ago, when I learned that Andy Reid had spent more than an hour on the phone trying to get Moss to sign a contract with the Eagles before he resigned with the Patriots.

This shows you the seriousness of the Eagles about putting the talent on the field to win a Super Bowl title. The fact that they would make an offer to Moss tells us that they definitely “All In” as team President Joe Banner said.

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