Former Oakland Raiders wide receiver Randy Moss announced he will join the FOXSports One Network. Moss who last played in the NFL last season for the San Francisco 49ers appears to have found a new profession after 14 years league.
According to USAToday, Moss will join FOXSports as an NFL analyst.
Thanks for the luv peeps!!FOX BOOM
— Randy Moss (@RandyMoss) August 9, 2013
While FOXSports president of communications Dan Bell has yet to officially announce the addition of Moss to the network, rumors are an official announcement is expected sometime this week.
Moss who played 14 years in the league was a member of the 49ers team that lost 34-31 to the Baltimore Ravens. While Moss stats might not have been mind blowing, he did appear in every game. Moss played for the Raiders from 2005-2006. However it was not a time to remember for Moss or Raider fans as Moss only caught 11 touchdowns in his two seasons with Oakland.
Like him or not there is no doubt Moss is a first-ballot hall of famer. The seven time pro-bowler had one of the greatest seasons ever by a receiver in 2007 catching an all-time record 23 touchdowns that season. In some way or another, Moss will certainly add some flair to the FOXSports panel.