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In 1998, the Minnesota Vikings drafted Randy Moss with one eye open. The team gambled on his talent and almost reached the Super Bowl. The first time, that is. The second act was the act of a desperate coach leading his lost team.
Now the fun begins. Derek Jeter’s agent Casey Close made a statement Wednesday talking about how the value of his client cannot be underestimated…
Derek Jeter’s agent went on record Wednesday, saying that the shortstop’s value can’t be ‘overstated.’ Boomer & Carton think that the negotiations between Jeter and the Yankees could get ugly…
A person familiar with the situation says Tennessee has claimed wide receiver Randy Moss off the waiver wire.
The Vikings coach addressed the media Wednesday, two days after he decided to cut Moss less than a month into his second stint in Minnesota.
Boomer & Craig had quite a bit on their plates this morning and they were kind enough to share. They got things started by talking about the future of Derek Jeter in Yankee pinstripes…
According to WFAN’s Craig Carton, Randy Moss was in New Jersey Tuesday meeting with members of the Jets. Meanwhile, Bob Glauber of Newsday reports that the Jets have passed on the embattled receiver.
Derek Jeter’s future in pinstripes is not so certain. The Yankees said Tuesday that retaining Jeter is one of their top priorities, but at what cost?
Randy Moss’ abrupt departure was just the latest in what has been a season long on drama and short on success for a 2-5 team that started with Super Bowl aspirations.
Before his team lost in Game 5 of the World Series to the San Francisco Giants, Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg made some comments about his experience at Yankee Stadium during the ALCS.
Being humbled by Oakland in a 33-3 rout was one thing for Seattle. But Pete Carroll’s crew also left significantly beat up.
In his last act with Minnesota, Randy Moss stepped to a podium to criticize the Vikings for ignoring his strategic advice, and announce his plan to interview himself the rest of the season instead of letting reporters do it.
Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg called out the Yankees’ “awful” fans on Monday. Craig Carton suspects that Greenberg is angling to retain Cliff Lee by casting New York fans in a bad light.
According to Michael Lombardi of NFL Network, the Minnesota Vikings have released Randy Moss.