Randy Moss is a former NFL wide receiver and current analyst for ESPN. Moss spent time with many teams throughout his professional career, earning 6 Pro Bowl selections and setting multiple records during his tenure. Since his retirement, Moss was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and is widely considered as one of the greatest wide receivers to ever playing in the league.
Over his 14 seasons in the NFL, Moss accounted for some of the most iconic plays in recent history. He was a two time All American at Marshall University and was drafted in the first round of the 1998 draft. He quickly established himself as a force in the NFL winning Offensive Rookie of the year with the Vikings after leading them to a historic scoring season and a 15-1 record. After stints with the Patriots, Titans, 49ers and Raiders, he finished his career with 982 receptions, 15,292 receiving yards, and 156 receiving touchdowns, making him one of the most revered receivers of all time. In 2018, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Currently, Moss serves as an NFL analyst, appearing on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown. He also contributes to ESPN’s annual Super Bowl week coverage. Prior to ESPN, Moss worked as an NFL analyst for FOX Sports from 2013-2015.
Outside of his many accomplishments on field, Moss has been active in a variety of charities, most of which are geared to helping children. He has founded and financed many charitable endeavors since joining the NFL. In 2005, he launched the Randy Moss Celebrity Invitational Base Tournament to raise money for the Smile Network which provides financial assistance to children with treatable mouth problems.