(The Spread) – In wake of turning 35, Randy Moss is feeling rejuvenated and plans on making a comeback to the NFL in 2012.
Moss used a live webchat on his 35th birthday Monday to announce he plans to come out of retirement next season. And Moss' personal assistant, Donnie Jones, says Moss is ``ready to rock `n' roll.''
“I just wanna go to a team and play some football,” Moss said in an announcment to “true Moss fans” on his 35th birthday via his Ustream.tv channel this morning. “The real Moss is on his way back to the NFL,” he said. “I didn’t want to make no splash, that’s why I left it on Moss TV.”
Moss retired last August, compiling 14,858 receiving yards and 153 touchdowns in 13 seasons. He last played in 2010, getting traded by the New England Patriots to the Minnesota Vikings before finishing the season with Tennessee. That year he had career lows of 28 catches for 393 yards.
His 23 TD catches in 2007 with the Patriots are a single-season NFL record.
Moss' agent, Joel Segal, says he's discussed the comeback with the former Marshall standout, and Moss ``still has his fire'' to play football.
There have been no reports yet if teams are interested in working Moss out this offseason.Want More From TheSpread.com? Follow us on Twitter and Facebook or Subscribe to Our News Feeds!