Randy Moss was a great receiver who greatly benefited from playing four season with Tom Brady in New England. The former Patriots’ receiver defended the deflategate passer over the weekend,
“Over some air?” Moss said, via the Fayetteville Observer. “If he did it, so what? He hasn’t shown me anything but how he carries himself as a professional man, husband, father and athlete. Tom Brady is a pro’s pro. I love the man and everything he’s accomplished.”
Over Moss’ four seasons in New England, the team went to the Super Bowl once, a loss to the New York Football Giants in Super Bowl XLII, ending the Patriots’ attempt at a19-0 record. Moss’ defense of Brady over the deflategate scandal comes as no surprise due to his success in New England. Brady’s fate is in the hands of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Goodell seemingly will rule without much outside opinion regardless of opinions of Brady’s former teammates.