Updated Sep 4, 2013 - 11:48 am
Moss uses unconventional style on Fox broadcasts
(AP) - Randy Moss has never done anything by the book, which is exactly why Fox Sports hired the brash-talking former receiver.
This season, Moss is taking his outspoken views from the locker room to television booth where he will have a national platform.
Admittedly, Moss is a rookie at this broadcast stuff, and, at times, he might show a certain preference for some of his former teams. During a conference call with reporters Wednesday, Moss acknowledged he was somewhat biased when asked which team would pose the biggest challenge to Green Bay's reign atop the NFC North. His answer: The Minnesota Vikings.
But Fox executives say that's what like most about Moss the broadcaster: He doesn't mince words and he's a natural on TV.
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