Seahawks tried to lure Randy Moss out of retirement after trading Harvin
After the Seattle Seahawks dealt Percy Harvin earlier this year the team did not have many options. Well according to Jay Glazer they reached out to one of the best players to ever dawn a jersey. Randy Moss was offered a contract by the Seahawks.
Despite this, Moss declined Seattle’s offer, per Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post.
But even at 37, he says he’s still in top shape and confirmed an earlier report by Jay Glazer that the Seahawks had reached out to him about replacing receiver Percy Harvin, who has since been shipped to the Jets.
Moss declined the offer, but while on Fox Sports’ “The Peter Schrager Podcast” last week, he didn’t rule out an NFL return — so long as it was with a certain quarterback.
Seattle did not appeal to him, but one team that could bring him out is the Broncos. Moss did admit that playing for the Denver Broncos and All-Pro quarterback Peyton Manning would be tempting.
“So for me to be able to say that I still miss the game, I still love the game — I’m loving what I’m doing here at Fox, don’t get it wrong — but for me to be able to come back to the game for a guy like Tom Brady or Peyton Manning, guys, I might consider something like that.”