Randy Moss praises Patriots in HOF speech

Joel Auerbach | US Presswire

Randy Moss’ 2007 stint with the New England Patriots solidified the wide receiver as one of the greatest in NFL history.

After seven strong seasons with the Minnesota Vikings from 1998-2004, Moss experienced two down years with the Oakland Raiders. The veteran found himself in Foxboro the next year, ahead of one of the greatest seasons ever by an NFL wide receiver, amassing a single-season record 23 touchdown receptions and helping the New England Patriots become the first team to complete a 16-0 regular season.

At his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction this past weekend, the star receiver did not hold back on his gratefulness to Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft and the New England Patriots – as the two watched on from the crowd.

Check out these excerpts from Moss’ speech in the tweets below!

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