ESPN is reporting that former New England Patriots’ WR Randy Moss fired his recent agent Tim DiPero. Randy’s $27 million dollar contract ends in 2010. Now due to the fact he’s not the only guy with issues out there, he will have to wait. Possibly this wait will consist a lot longer than he expected leaving him to maybe even, leave the Patriots. He’s not retiring though; it is his 13th season of playing football.
The day after he had fired DiPero, he contacted the Boston Herald to finalize his misconceptions of the events. He said to the Herald, “I have no intentions of retiring. When firing my agent, I had just thought that time had run out. There were things that needed to be done that couldn’t be done.” To all the agents out there, he is a free man.
He never listed specific things leaving the Herald in thought of what he tried to say. What could he have tried to say? He was comforted at his home; 9 million bucks a year. He joined because he wanted to be on the winning team. That is so, so what had gone wrong was it personal issues or issues on the grid iron. Even if there were things unaccomplished, were they that important?
He was indeed a free man as he said, and who wouldn’t want to have him as a client. Randy had a speech to also configuring the fact that he felt unworthy of being on the Patriots. He also said that it’s a business if they didn’t consider him on the team, and that he understands.
One one hand, there is the opinion of the team giving him the title of being unworthy, or at least that’s his conception. Then he wants to have the feeling of business at the same time. That is one of his misconceptions he was “possibly” configured as understanding. There again he felt worried if the Patriots knew at that point.
He himself needs to clear out things and discuss this decision with everyone else or at least Belichick. Although this is his decision, and if his own agent he cleared that with out an argument, it’s probably indeed something worthy.
If he’s continues to progress in this, let it be, but on the other team if he does this over and over again, he will end up like Brett Favre. The thing is it’s his 13th season, he’s almost out for retirement, and it will be hard for him to find a way to a well team. He might as well start to regret because soon that will happen.
It’s up to him then he can do it, but the fact that he isn’t listing his issues to the Boston Herald or discussing this with his team is stirring up news. He is a good WR and I hope he does well and rejoices on his next team. All well wishes to Randy and to his decisions on his NFL career.
He also had told the news that he would soon be hiring a new agent.
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