Randy Moss, six-time Pro Bowler and arguably one of the top five wide receivers in NFL history, joining ESPN as an analyst for Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown.
“As a player and now as an analyst, Randy has always been candid, direct and compelling; when he talks about football and other topics, you are instantly drawn to what he has to say,” said Seth Markman, senior coordinating producer for ESPN’s NFL studio shows according to ESPN MediaZone. “With Matthew Hasselbeck, Charles Woodson and now Randy joining ESPN this offseason, we have added three dynamic, new voices to our studio team, all of whom are widely known and respected among football fans.”
Moss in 14 NFL seasons with the Vikings, Raiders, Patriots, Titans and 49ers racked up 15,292 career yards, 156 touchdowns and 982 receptions. His best year was with the New England Patriots in 2007 when he set the NFL single-season receiving touchdown record at 23.
In the past three years, he worked as a FOX Sports NFL analyst on the Sunday morning FOX NFL Kickoff pregame show. Going to be an interesting NFL season when Moss starts to make Sunday and Monday picks regarding matchups.