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Randy Moss really can catch absolutely anything

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Randy Moss may have not played in the NFL for a fair few years, last turning out for the 49ers in 2012, but the old man still has it.

Despite now being 39-years-old and almost certainly not in playing shape, the legendary wide receiver recently came out and claimed that he would be available if any team wanted to pick him up and give him a go on the field. 

Unsurprisingly, the analyst's phone didn't ring, but after his latest impressive feat, the Moss phone may be blowing up. This is after the 6-time Pro Bowler caught a fish like it was nothing on television last night.


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Working ahead of the Bills-Seahawks game on Monday Night Football last night, Moss and the ESPN Countdown team had a go at catching some fish from Pike Place Market fish throwers. As you may be able to guess, Moss was pretty damn good.

After catching 982 passes over the course of his pro career, a flying salmon was never going to be a problem for one of the greatest to ever play the game.

If Moss was ever to tire of working as an analyst, he could easily move into the fishery market and dominate the Seattle fish throwing scene for some time to come.

The former Vikings and Patriots star has been dominating these pre-game challenges, as he was the only person to successfully kick a field goal a few weeks ago. He even managed two of the bad boys.

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