The reputed football professional, who is well-known to all with his nickname ‘The Freak’, is Randy Moss. As a wide receiver, he played 14 seasons in the National Football League (NFL). In his football career, he spent time with the Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans, and San Francisco 49ers. He is the holder of the NFL single-season touchdown reception record (23 in 2007) and the NFL single-season touchdown reception record for a rookie (17 in 1998). During his college life, he played for Marshall University, where he received All-America honors. For his glorious career, the name of this man was included in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018.
Randy Moss Net Worth- $25.5 million
The net worth of this man is $25513000. His yearly salary earnings are $6.5 million. Besides his NFL golden career, he also engaged in several charitable activities.
Allegation and controversy
Apart from this, his career was controversial with the allegation of using marijuana, domestic violence, and a traffic accident with reckless driving.
- Full Name: Randy Gene Moss
- Father Name: Randy Pratt
- Mother Name: Maxine Moss
- Net Worth: $25.5 million
- Birth Date: February 13, 1977
- Wife: Libby Offut
- Height: 6 feet 4 inches
- Weight: 95 Kg
- Current Age: 45 Years Old
Randy Moss was born on February 13, 1977, in Rand, West Virginia. The full name of this man is Randy Gene Moss.
He is the son of his father, Randy Pratt, and his mother, Maxine Moss. He has a sister named Lutisia Moss. His brother, Eric Moss, was a professional American football player as an offensive tackle; he played for the Minnesota Vikings in 1997 and as a guard for the Scottish Claymores in 1999.
He went to Riverside High School in Belle, West Virginia. In his school life, he played football, basketball, baseball, and track. From 1992 to 1993, he led his high school team to win the state championships. In 1994, he won the Kennedy Award as the West Virginia Football Player of the Year. The next year, he was named to the All-American high school football team. For his great success in his school life, the name of this man is inserted into the 50 greatest high school football players of all time.
He finished his college life at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. During his studies at this college, he represented the Marshall Thundering Herd on the football team. The duration of his college career was from 1996 to 1997.
In the 1998 NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings selected Randy Moss 21st overall in the 1st round. He spent time with this team till 2004. He was a player for the Oakland Raiders in the 2005–2006 seasons. In 2007, he was a player for the New England Patriots, and he passed the time till 2010. In 2010, for a short time, he played for his old team, the Minnesota Vikings. He was also a player for the Tennessee Titans in 2010. The last team of his career was the San Francisco 49ers, and he played for this team in 2012.
In the sphere of the NFL, he appeared in 218 games. The career statistics are: receptions: 982, receiving yards: 15292, yards per reception: 15.6, receiving touchdowns: 156, AV 162, Y/R 15.6, FantPt 2491.4
With a glorious NFL career, this man became a part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018 and the National Football League 100th Anniversary All-Time Team in 2019.
He retired from professional football after 2012. In his post-retirement life, he worked as an analyst for Fox Sports 1 and ESPN. He served at Victory Christian Center High School as an associate head coach and defensive coordinator.
Gaining from the Football Career
Randy Moss achieved uncountable recognitions in his professional life. He was in the Hall of Fame in 2018. Here is his awards list:
|NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year||1998|
|NFL Comeback Player of the Year||2007|
|First-team All-Pro||1998, 2000, 2003, 2007|
|Pro Bowl||1998–2000, 2002, 2003, 2007|
|NFL receiving touchdowns leader||1998, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2009|
|NCAA I-AA national champion||1996|
|Fred Biletnikoff Award||1997|
|MAC Most Valuable Player||1997|
|MAC Offensive Player of the Year||1997|
|Orange Bowl champion||1995|
- NFL 100th Anniversary All-Time Team
- NFL 2000s All-Decade Team
- Minnesota Vikings Ring of Honor
- 50 Greatest Vikings
- New England Patriots All-2000s Team
- 23 receiving touchdowns in a season
- 17 receiving touchdowns in a rookie season
He sat for the marriage ceremony twice in his life. For the second time, he married high school sweetheart Libby Offut in 1993. He first met her at DuPont High School. They started dating in high school. He became the father of five children during his conjugal time with this lady. Conjugal life with Libby Offut was full of problems. He was arrested on charges of domestic violence in 1996. Later, they finally decided to split up around 2010.
Divorce and Re-marriage
Later, he took Lydia Moss as a partner in his conjugal life in 2015 after exchanging their vows. The conjugal life of the duo was blessed with a daughter named Lourdes, born in March 2014.
Randy has six children. They are Sydney Moss (born on March 6, 1994), Thaddeus Moss (born on May 14, 1998), Montigo Moss (born in June 2002), Senali (born on March 24, 2004), and Sylee Moss. Thaddeus is a football player like his father. He played football for the Loyola State University Tigers. His eldest daughter, Sydney, is a basketball player. She played for Thomas More College’s women’s basketball team in Division III. Another daughter, Senali, is also a basketball player, and she played for the South Mecklenburg High School’s women’s basketball team.
Height and Age
Randy Moss played football while wearing jersey numbers 84, 18, and 81. He represented his NFL teams as a wide receiver. This man stands 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 210 pounds. This man is 45 years old right now.