According to Dan Arkush of ProFootballWeekly.com, The San Francisco 49ers are really happy with what they’ve seen from veteran wide receiver Randy Moss.
A team insider told Arkush that he still sees “Hall of Fame skills” in Moss.
“You can still see the Hall of Fame skills,” one team insider said of the 35-year-old Moss. “At times, he’s been unstoppable (as was the case on his nifty TD grab on a crossing pattern in a two-minute drill at the end of Wednesday’s mandatory minicamp practice), and he has very much quickly become the leader of the receiving corps. He sits in the front row in team meetings, takes notes and is extremely smart. He still has that major star power, and his teammates definitely recognize that.”
49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman loves everything he see from Moss.
“He has really been as good as you can possibly ask for in terms of being totally engrossed in football,” Roman said. “He’s a throwback. … He’s got his family and football and his faith, and that’s what he’s all about. And it’s been great watching the players interact, the quarterbacks interact, the receivers interact with him. And we’ll all be better because of it.”