Do you think it’s a realistic possibility that Randy Moss re-signs with the Pats, and if so, how would you feel?
Jason: I think the chances of Moss ending up in New England next year are very slim. There are very few WRs on the current roster that project to be here in 2-3 years, so this season will be important to get young players on the field and see what they can do. I also think there is a very wide gap between what Moss thinks he is worth and what the Patriots think he is worth to their organization. They didn’t trade him because they covet fourth-round picks.
Stephen: I think the chances of Moss re-signing with the Pats are less than 20 percent. While Randy definitely gave the Patriots a lot of good memories and production from 2007-2009,there is still a bitter taste left for how he finished his career in New England. This team seems to be reforming into the early dynasty years where it is “team first” and Moss simplydid nothing to show that that is his priority last year. There has to be a reason he didn’t cut it with the Pats, Vikings and Titans and barely saw the field by the end of the year. No one can deny his talent or his potential contributions to this team, but at this point, it’s time to move on from Moss and either draft a big-bodied downfield threat or let the young guyslike Brandon Tate and Taylor Price show us what they can do.