Randy Moss Wants To Return To The NFL

Former New England Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss wants to return to the NFL. Moss took to Ustream this morning to make the announcement. Today is Moss' 35th birthday.

"I just wanna go to a team and play some football," Moss said. (via Boston.com)

Moss is tied with Terrell Owens for second most receiving touchdowns all-time behind Jerry Rice. The gamebreaker receiver also racked up 14,858 receiving yards (15.6 average) in his career. Moss retired after the 2010 season which he spent with the Pats, Vikings and Titans.

Would the Patriots want the free agent receiver? It might depend on how much Moss has left in his legs. In his last season with the Patriots, Moss showed he still had his moments. One of those moments was when Moss beat Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis and made an impressive one-handed grab for a touchdown in the second game of the season.

It might be worth it to give Moss another shot if he can still pull in the jump ball reception.

Here are the highlights from Moss' 2010 season:

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