Randy Moss reminisces on his time with the Patriots

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Randy Moss made some incredible memories at Gillette Stadium during his time with the New England Patriots.

The star wide receiver was back at his old stomping grounds last week ahead of the Monday Night Football showdown between the Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens to cover the game and talk about his time with the team.

“I did some great things here,” he recalled, “There’s a lot of memories I left on this field, man. And I still keep in contact with the guys, Mr. Kraft.”

Moss spent three full seasons and part of a fourth with the New England Patriots. From 2007-2009, he achieved more than 1,000 receiving yards in each of those seasons. His breakout year was 2007 when he put forth some of his best stats in what was an incredible career. Moss caught 98 passes, with 1,493 receiving yards and 23 touchdowns that season.

“One thing about the fans of the Patriots is they love their guys,” Moss said in an interview with Patriots.com, “Now I’m a fan, so I’m able to understand a bit where they’re coming from.”

He is currently enjoying his role as an NFL analyst with ESPN.

Check out more of his interview with patriots.com here.

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