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 Post subject: Randy Moss
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he aint the explosive freak he once was but I expect him to be a Seahawk this year. I want it to happen too

putting the whole T.O , edwards , mike williams etc situation in perspective I fully expect Moss to get a look at the vet min.

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He seemed low effort last year(and many years with Oakland). No thanks.

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he aint the explosive freak he once was but I expect him to be a Seahawk this year. I want it to happen too

putting the whole T.O , edwards , mike williams etc situation in perspective I fully expect Moss to get a look at the vet min.

what are your guys thoughts


My thoughts are you have lost your mind!

Any other answer of mine would have to be in the shack.

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He seemed low effort last year(and many years with Oakland). No thanks.

He's seemed low effort at times his entire career. No thanks.


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I really hate this time during the off season. :34853_doh:


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 Post subject: Re: Randy Moss
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 Post subject: Re: Randy Moss
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seems like a lot of you will be upset when we end up signing Moss.


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seems like a lot of you will be upset when we end up signing Moss.


correct, and what do you base this prophecy on?

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seems like a lot of you will be upset when we end up signing Moss.


I don't get upset when we sign people.

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 Post subject: Re: Randy Moss
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You guys do realize that Terrell Owens was a seahawk in August last year? As well as Braylon edwards . both had more star power then production.

Same could be said when we brought in Reggie Williams and Mike Williams.

I could 100% see our Front office offer Moss a vet min deal . same could be said about Chad Johnson.


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Us guys do realize that. Do you think you're the only one that noticed?

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Randy Moss >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> T.O
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Randy Moss >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> T.O
It's going to happen. He will be a Seahawk

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 Post subject: Re: Randy Moss
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Randy Moss at the vet minimum is probably a pretty decent investment, even with inconsistent effort. More than that... meh...

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 Post subject: Re: Randy Moss
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Seems like it would be similar to the Jerry Rice signing. At some point you have to consider the player done. Too many teams have tried lately and eventually moved on. Why not try finding a younger talent, homegrown to reduce impact of future salary growth

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 Post subject: Re: Randy Moss
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 Post subject: Re: Randy Moss
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LOL!

Randy Moss is almost the exact opposite type of WR Pete and John are looking for. No way in hell he is on this team. They may do their due diligence and take a look (although I don't even really see a reason for that) but in the end there is no place on this team for that guy...


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Why not? He's still a pretty sick #4 WR. The SB Window is officially open, so, who cares about grooming a #4 (unless he wows the staff).


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 Post subject: Re: Randy Moss
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we brought TO and Edwards in before we had a franchise QB that could make Rice Tate and Baldwin look good. That experiment is over, give RW real improvements to get us ahead, instead of licking up SF's vomit.

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 Post subject: Re: Randy Moss
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T.O. and Edwards at least gave our DB's a physical guy to go up against in practice and showed how to work. Both those aspects of Moss's game are either gone or questionable.

So no and if we wanted to waste our time we could bring in much better guys to play target dummy.

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You guys do realize that Terrell Owens was a seahawk in August last year? As well as Braylon edwards . both had more star power then production.

Same could be said when we brought in Reggie Williams and Mike Williams.

Not to mention Antonio Bryant.

That's not to say I think this will necessarily happen, but I wouldn't be shocked if it did. Moss is one of the best jump ball receivers of all time, and we have a QB who is among the best in the league at throwing those.


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 Post subject: Re: Randy Moss
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You guys do realize that Terrell Owens was a seahawk in August last year? As well as Braylon edwards . both had more star power then production.

Same could be said when we brought in Reggie Williams and Mike Williams.

Not to mention Antonio Bryant.

That's not to say I think this will necessarily happen, but I wouldn't be shocked if it did. Moss is one of the best jump ball receivers of all time, and we have a QB who is among the best in the league at throwing those.


I'm not a fan of the old Randy Moss. However, I'm aware of the contributions a more mature Randy Moss made while in San Francisco.

I thought that the quarterback switch from Alex Smith, who puts some air under the ball giving receivers time to adjust, to the hard throwing Colin Kaepernick hurt Moss. It effectively ruined the finish of the season for Moss and his usefulness in San Francisco. And that was an unfortunate outcome for him.

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Randy Moss >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> T.O
It's going to happen. He will be a Seahawk


It wouldn't surprise me in the least if they brought him in for training camp. It also wouldn't surprise me in the least if they didn't and that you're just being an attention whore. I don't even think the 2 scenarios are necessarily mutually exclusive.

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They will bring him in, Browner will judo chop his ass on his first defensive snap, his want to will not want to, and Pete's secret plan of signing him just to cut his ass as a lesson for his young receivers will see fruition.

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I've got no problem with the team giving him a shot.

We've got ample evidence that if a player's attitude isn't right, the Seahawks will show him the door. So Moss will only stick if his attitude is right.

But man, if his attitude IS right? He'd be a hell of a pickup. When Moss is motivated and on, there's no one better.

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Vols, you dont get it! The Seahawks psyche is a delicate flower which could be trampled by a meanie like Randy Moss! We HAVE to account for the locker room feelings.

Motivated Moss adds an element at WR the Seahawks lack.


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He seemed low effort last year(and many years with Oakland). No thanks.

He's seemed low effort at times his entire career. No thanks.


He was on the field quite a bit during the superbowl, and he flat out just gave little to no effort the majority of the time. If he knew it was a play that didn't have a chance to go towards him, then he basically didn't even try to help sell fakes, or play actions, and no blocking downfield.. he would quit on his routes after only minimal effort.

If that's the kind of effort he puts forth for his team in the superbowl, then I wouldn't even want him on the roster for training camp.

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I am indifferent on a potential Moss signing. As stated by others if he is motivated, he would be a good pick up for vet minimum. If they don't bring him in even for TC then oh well.

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Maybe i'm just biased against him, I haven't payed much attention to his career but it just seems to me like he's a quitter. If thing's aren't going just like he thought they should, he just gives up.

Not just this last superbowl either. Seems like every time I've seen him play, which isn't alot, but it always stuck out to me. Remember when we played the raiders in 06? His effort in that game was so absolutely pathetic, I felt sorry for the raiders. That's not an easy state of mind to achieve.

I don't want someone on the team that's just going to give up like a little bitch when things get down. He's the complete opposite type of human being from Russell Wilson.


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Looks like John Clayton views Moss as a bargain for seahawks

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There is really zero chance he ends up starting the season as a Hawk. Cable and Pete expect their receivers to block. Moss has never had more than a passing interest in blocking. Whether or not a receiver has some blocking want to is probably one of the most under appreciated traits by us wannabe scouts.

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He seemed low effort last year(and many years with Oakland). No thanks.


He's been low effort all his life... he's just wondrously gifted.

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What are you guys talking about? He is the greatest receiver of all time. I heard him (saw the print actually) say so in an interview.

Maybe we could dust off the old number 80 jersey and let him wear it next year.




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