Randy Moss might have suited up in New England for less than four full seasons, but he’s still a legend around those parts.
Back in 2007, Moss recorded 98 receptions for 1,493 yards with an NFL record 23 touchdowns for a Patriots team that went 16-0 during the regular year.
Now, nine years after his Patriots career came to an end, Moss is being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday evening in Canton.
To the surprise of many, Moss himself included, two major power players in New England were on hand to watch him join the exclusive club.
Check out Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft surprise Moss before he gives his induction speech.
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Outside of Belichick’s foot attire, that’s about as awesome as it gets. Moss’ career with New England ended on a sour note back in 2010 when the Patriots traded him back to his original Minnesota Vikings squad midway through the season.
Even then, it’s rather awesome to see one of the game’s greatest wide receivers reuniting with the men who helped him earn the title of Hall of Famer.