Ian Rapoport reports Moss is on the hunt for new agent representation and feels he has 5-6 good years left in the league.
Randy Moss doesn’t want to look back and wonder why fans rarely saw him without a helmet. He doesn’t want the public to wonder why he was so visible on the field and so invisible off it.
"I’m still playing at a high level, I’m still marketable," Moss said, one day before joining his teammates in organized team activities. "I’m looking for an agent that’s going to get out there and market my marketing ability, because I still feel like I can shoot commercials and do this and do that. I just need somebody that will get that off-the-field money, man, what I deserve."
"I’m ready to get out here, practice, and try to make myself and this team better, to try to make a Super Bowl run."
Mike Reiss lists the top 5 contractual priorities for the Pats.
1.-- Quarterback enters the final year of his contract for the first time of his NFL career.
2. -- Two-time Pro Bowl guard, in his prime years, is a restricted free agent who has stayed away from voluntary workouts.
3. Randy Moss -- Still a No. 1 receiver who opposing defenses must respect in the game-planning process. (check out the video at the bottom for more on Moss parting ways with his agent)
4. -- If he was not recovering from a serious knee injury, he could have made a strong case for a pay raise on his deal that extends through 2011.
5. -- Kicker enters his fifth season and signed his restricted free-agent tender to return to the team.
- Mike Reiss describes Randy Moss' relationship with his agent Tim DiPiero as having a more of a father-son dynamic.
- Mike Reiss reports Tom Brady and Randy Moss are among the veterans in town to participate in the Patriots second full week of OTAs at Gillette.
- Jeff Howe feels Shawn Crable will have to impress to make the most of his third chance with the Patriots.
- Mike Reiss talks about Sebastian Vollmer as a breakout player and wonders what tackle spot he'll be in, Light's or Kaczur's?
- Christopher Price offers the video clips from UMass-Lowell of Roger Goodell and Robert Kraft addressing the commencement crowd on Saturday.
- Pat Kirwan (NFL.com) Twenty players in position to make a jump. OT Sebastian Vollmer included.
- Matt Bowen (Nat'l Football Post) Inside the playbook: defeating man-pressure.
- Kerry J. Byrne (Cold Hard Football Facts) A brief, fact-filled history of the NFL passing game.
- James Gardner (NBC NY) NJ Gov. Chris Christie is mad that New Jersey is never mentioned in Super Bowl coverage.
- Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) Pat Tillman should be in the Hall of Fame.