Hall of Famer Randy Moss had a lot of great moments in his 14-year NFL career. Whether it’s setting the NFL rookie record for touchdown receptions with 17 in 1998, or the 23 touchdowns receptions in 2007, which is an NFL record for touchdown receptions in a season. It’s very evident that Moss made a lot of plays. In the process of making all those plays, Moss had some pain along the way, which he always tried to play through.
Many forget on the play that Tom Brady tore his ACL back in 2008 against the Chiefs; Moss was the player who caught the pass and fumbled.
Listen below as Moss talks playing through pain, and describes his role in the play that ended Brady’s season in 2008: