EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - FILE: Randy Moss #84 of the Minnesota Vikings looks on against the New York Jets at New Meadowlands Stadium on October 11, 2010 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. It was announced by his agent that WR Randy Moss has decided to retire from football August 1, 2011. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Randy Moss Comeback: WR Agrees To Deal With 49ers, According To Report

Former Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss agreed to a one-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers on March 12 after working out for the team earlier in the day, according to a report.

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Vikings Free Agency 2012: Is Randy Moss Back To His Minnesota Self?

Former Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss worked out for the New Orleans Saints on Tuesday. According to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports, Moss exceeded expectations on the field. If Moss really is looking like his old self, he could find more than one team interested in his services in 2012.

Another report from Pro Football Talk said that Moss was quick in and out of his breaks and showed "great football intelligence."

The 35-year old Moss announced his intention to return to the NFL earlier this year. Most still had visions of the 2010 version, the player who did little in stops with the Patriots, Vikings and Titans.

Adam Schefter reported on Tuesday morning that Moss has two other visits lined up after the Saints.

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Randy Moss Comeback To The Minnesota Vikings Probably Won't Happen

The Minnesota Vikings employed Randy Moss twice during his NFL career. They apparently won't attempt to see if a third time's the charm, though, despite the enigmatic receiver's recent announcement that he plans to make a comeback after retiring prior to last season.

Moss trails only Cris Carter as the Vikings all-time leader in all of the major receiving categories and, despite their apparent issues with one another, Moss apparently won't get the chance to surpass the all-time great. Vikings general manager Rick Spielman made that clear in an interview this week.

"We'll be moving on," Spielman said today during an interview to discuss the draft, free agency and next week's scouting combine. "Randy was a great player, but we'll focus more on trying to get a younger team."

This was probably assumed by fans throughout the midwest, but at least now it's official.

For more on the Minnesota Vikings, go to Daily Norseman. You can also get all of your professional football news over at SB Nation's NFL hub.

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Former Vikings Cris Carter And Randy Moss At Odds Over Comeback

The Minnesota Vikings have had two really great wide receivers play for them in recent history. Unfortunately, however, they can't get along in the present.

Randy Moss and Cris Carter locked horns Tuesday morning after the latter, currently serving as an analyst on ESPN, criticized Moss following the news of his decision to try and make a comeback. Carter opined that Moss might be in alright shape, but he told Mike & Mike listeners that there are other things one has to worry about when signing Moss.

"And Randy, not like any other superstar I've met, he has more quit in him than any of those other players. So I need to address that. That's what [New England Patriots coach Bill] Belichick did when he brought him over from Oakland. He told him he wasn't going to have it.

"But Randy, when things don't go well, like no other player I've ever been around or associated with, he has a quit mechanism in him that's huge. That needs to be addressed before he signs with any team."

Those aren't kind words from the future Hall of Famer and, unsurprisingly, Mossed lashed out at him with a response via Twitter.

Moss didn't exactly take the high road, but that's probably to be expected considering what Carter had to say. The enigmatic wide receiver didn't deny what Carter had to say either, though, adding a different possible twist to the story.


Related: Will This Randy Moss Comeback Be Better Than The Last?

It'll be interesting to see where exactly this leads, but let's all just hope Jake Reed resurfaces and makes everything right again!

For more on the Minnesota Vikings, go to Daily Norseman. You can also get all of your professional football news over at SB Nation's NFL hub.

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Randy Moss To End Retirement, Return To The NFL

Former Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss has decided he wants to return to the NFL. His one-season retirement apparently didn't go as planned.

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