That player turned out to be center Matt Birk, whose Baltimore Ravens held on for a 34-31 victory over receiver Randy Moss' San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. As we subsequently noted, animosity between the two largely cooled in the eight years

In Sunday night's Super Bowl XLVII loss to the Ravens, 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss was the intended target of quarterback Colin Kaepernick on a second-quarter pass that was easily intercepted by safety Ed Reed. In Moss' defense, Kaepernick's throw

If you were to compile a shortlist of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history, Randy Moss would certainly be on that list. Then again, if you were to compile a shortlist of the most enigmatic wide receivers in NFL history, he might just make that

If you were to compile a shortlist of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history, Randy Moss would certainly be on that list. Then again, if you were to compile a shortlist of the most enigmatic wide receivers in NFL history, he might just make that

Speaking of retirement, it's also time for 49ers receiver Randy Moss. The only time he got open came on a 32-yard catch … and he wasn't covered. Other than that, he couldn't fight off tight coverage to create room. — It's not time for Ravens receiver