Randy Moss is one of the most legendary players who ever played the game of football. He is a former professional football player and is currently working as a Sports Analyst in America. He was part of the National Football League for 14 long seasons and played as a wide receiver. He is considered to be one of the best wide receivers of all time and also holds the record of most touchdown reception in a single NFL season, along with the Touchdown reception record in a season while playing like a rookie. If we talk about the all-time touchdown reception in the regular season, he is at the second position with 156. After leaving the sport, he started working as a sports analyst for ESPN and appeared in some of their programs.
Randy’s full name is Randy Gene Moss in Charleston, West Virginia, on 13th February 1977. He spent most of the childhood in the nearby town of Rand and went to DuPont High School, and later shifted to Riverside High School. He started playing baseball, football, basketball, and track while studying and also joined the debate team of the school. He helped her school team to win two continuous state championships in the years 1992 and 1993. He was the best wide receiver and also received the Kennedy Award at the best Football player of the Year in Virginia.
Besides football, he was also awarded as the best West Virginia Player of the Year in Basketball. He also played along with the NBA star Jason Williams during his school time. He also won 100- and 200-meters championships and later also joined the baseball team as a center field.
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Since his childhood, Randy wanted to play for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, but he was also satisfied if he went to Ohio State. His coach says that Randy was the best High School Football player that he has seen in his whole career. He signed with Notre Dame in the year 1995, but soon after that, he got into a fight in his high school which left the other person hospitalized. In 1995, he kicked a white student who made some racist comments towards his friend. In August 1995, he was found guilty of Misdemeanour battery and was sentenced to jail for 30 days.
Notre Dame denied his application and suggested he join Florida State as its coach was known to handle troubled players. He entered the NFL draft in 1998 and was picked by Minnesota Vikings with the 21st overall pick. Before the draft, Moss said that the team which will skip him would regret it later.
Randy has a poor relationship with his father as he keeps minimum contact with him. He has a brother and sister. He has five children named; Lexi Adkins, Montigo, Sydney, Senali, and Thaddeus. Thaddeus played football as a tight end and won the College Football Playoff National Championship while playing for NC State and LSU.
Randy had an immensely successful career which helped him earn a net worth of $25 million.