Re: [patriotzip] Moss
- I only think it is worth a shot to see how he would do in camp... But only if it woudl mean the Pats would not miss out on other FA WR out there or a shot at Brandon Lloyd.From: Machado.Nicholas <machado.nicholas@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 15, 2012 3:04 PM
Subject: Re: [patriotzip] MossSo far Teddy Bruschi and Michael Holly are in favour. How quickly some forget.
95-98% of NFL players would have realized it was way past time for a public apology to a certain catering company in Minnesota but not Moss, no siree. Just because Moss took out his frustration - the frustration that Moss brought on himself - on the Vikings and anyone else in Minnesota that was nearby because they were so stupid as to offer him a second chance after the Pats gave up on him? Way beneath Moss to show anything at all except disdain and temper. Ask Brad Childress about Moss' loyalty, decency and sense of fair play.
I am amazed that there is any support at all for this.
At 10:14 AM 2/15/2012 -0800, you wrote:
Have you heard at all whether we would consider him or have any interest in him?
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Sent: Wednesday, February 15, 2012 10:12 AM
Subject: [patriotzip] Moss
With rumours flying around about Moss wanting back in the NFL I sincerely
hope the Pats have learned their lesson that you can not make a silk purse
out of a sow's ear. Moss is wonderfully talented but also flawed to the
same extent. He is selfish, rude, arrogant, disruptive, never sorry or
apologetic, has absolutely no clue what the words humble or loyal mean, a
cancer anywhere he goes, changes his positions as fast as his mind and does
not have the discipline to control his emotions or himself.
The man is not and never was Patriots material.
One more thing, as he proved before he left he has lost a step and for a
one dimensional player like him that is a death sentence to his career.
I emphatically vote NO on Moss coming back to the Patriots.