The greatest wide receiver in NFL history, by his own estimation, will be looking for a new job in 10 days.
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Randy Moss tweeted Saturday his days with the San Francisco 49ers will come to a close when the new league year begins on March 12 and he hits the market as an unrestricted free agent.
“Wished we could’ve finished the job!!” Moss wrote. “Thanks for the opportunity (and) good luck in the future 9ers.”.
ProFootballTalk.Com reported Saturday afternoon the 49ers had made it clear to the 36-year-old Moss they weren’t interested in bringing him back for a second season with the team. That report follows coach Jim Harbaugh’s saying in January he “definitely” wanted Moss back with the team in 2013.
Moss had 28 catches for 434 yards and three touchdowns in 16 regular-season games. this past season.
He had only seven catches for 112 yards in three playoff games. and did not score a touchdown in the postseason.
Moss’ agent, Joel Segal, did not immediately return an email seeking comment about whether Moss, who retired in 2011 before returning last year, would consider walking away once again.
The five-time All Pro selection has not won a Super Bowl in his 14-year career.