Few players in the NFL are as vocal as Randy Moss, so it should be a telltale sign that he might be ready to retire after a long run of silence from the veteran receiver. Moss is unsure if he wants play in the 2013 season, coming off of a Super Bowl appearance with the San Francisco 49ers, according to CBS Sports' Mike Freeman.
Moss had previously retired in August 2011 after a disappointing year in which he was released by both the Patriots and Vikings before finishing the year with the Titans and totaling just 393 yards. But after sitting out the 2011 season he decided to return and sign with the 49ers at the age of 35, playing in all 16 regular season games and the playoffs, including 41 yards in the Super Bowl loss to the Ravens.
The 49ers opted not to bring back Moss, and so far no other team has picked up the free agent receiver.
Moss is a six-time Pro Bowler, four-time All-Pro, and is second all-time in receiving touchdowns and third all-time in receiving yards.