There’s been some talk in the past week or so about whether the Cowboys would be interested in acquiring Randy Moss, who retired last year and un-retired this week in a kind of strange U-Stream appearance.
It seemed doubtful from the outset, as Dallas already has Miles Austin and Dez Bryant on the roster, and are about to begin negotiations for a new deal with Laurent Robinson, who led the team in receiving touchdowns last season with 11--and now, ESPN Dallas is reporting that, indeed, the team won’t pursue the veteran.
Again, this isn’t really surprising in any way.
Moss spent the 2011 season away from football, and had a relatively quiet 2010, a season that saw Moss don the uniforms of three teams--the Titans (8 games), the Vikings (4 games) and the Patriots (4 games). He finished that year with 28 catches, 393 yards and five touchdowns.
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