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Randy Moss Retires From The NFL After 13 Seasons

Earlier this morning there was a rumor floating around that the Kansas City Chiefs could be interested in free agent WR Randy Moss.

So much for that -- Moss announced his retirement through his agent in comments distributed to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Moss goes down as one of the greatest receivers ever, maybe the second greatest behind WR Jerry Rice. He ends his career eighth in all-time receptions, fifth all-time in receiving yards and second behind Rice in touchdown receptions.

He was magnificent early in his career and even better at times in the latter part of his career catching a single-season record 23 touchdowns in the New England Patriots undefeated 2007 regular season.

Check out the video above of NFL Network's top 100 players on Moss.

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