What? Randy Moss WON’T Be a First Ballot Hall of Famer?

June 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Mike Florio's recent TSN article identifies Randy Moss and Terrell Owens as uber-talented guys who might have to wait a while before getting into the Hall of Fame due to "questionable reputations."
One anonymous Hall of Fame voter cited by Florio provides a particularly harsh indictment of Moss: "He'd roll over and die like a dog for teams when they needed him most. He quit on his team in Minnesota. He quit for two years in Oakland. And he quit last year in New England."
Whoa. Tell us how you really feel.
Moss's transgressions as a teenager are well documented: Misdemeanor battery (in a racially charged incident), three nights in jail, probation violation (weed), more jail time. Dismissed from both Notre Dame and Florida St programs. All before the age of 20.
He's also had some brushes with law as an NFL player.  Still, his rap sheet is nothing close to 2007 HOF inductee Michael Irvin's.
In fact, Moss's public record has been clean in the eyes of law since...

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