Recently Retired Randy Moss Might Consider the Philadelphia Eagles

by Punter's Hero on August 9, 2011

in Latest News, NFL

So far the Philadelphia Eagles are the biggest winners of the free agent frenzy in the NFL after signing players like Nnamdi Asomugha, Ronnie Brown and trading for Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, but they might not be done yet as the recently retired Randy Moss might be an option to play across from DeSean Jackson next season.

It was a bit of a surprise recently when veteran wide receiver and free agent Randy Moss decided to retire, but many people believe he might not be done just yet. The two teams that Moss wanted to sign with during the free agent process was either the New York Jets or back with his old team the New England Patriots. With the Jets going with Plaxico Burress and the Patriots trading for Chad Ochocinco, Randy Moss was left in the cold without a job.

Now the best option for Randy Moss is with the Philadelphia Eagles who could be looking for another wide receiver before they stop making moves before next season. The future Hall of Famer might be retired right now, but not signing with the Jets and the Patriots might have been a blessing in disguise as the consensus right now is that the Eagles are the team to beat in the NFC Conference.

Not only are NFL analysts considering the Philadelphia Eagles to be the favorites to win the NFC Conference ahead of teams like the Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys and the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers, but they might be the best team in the NFL next season with superstar quarterback and his band of rebels leading the way.

Randy Moss would be the perfect fit in Philly as long as he falls in line under head coach Andy Reid and is willing to take a pay cut from what he is used to.

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