|Date of Birth:||1977, February 13|
|Age:||42 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 4 Inch|
|Birth Name||Randy Mose|
|Famous Name||Randy Mose|
|Birth Place||West Virginia|
|Net Worth||$25 million|
|Weight in KG||95 kg|
|Married to||Lidya Moss|
Randy Mose is famous to the world as an American football player who plays as wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers. Further, this player had declared his name in NFL Draft in 1998 and after a 14-year career, he took retirement from 49ers in 2012. The 6-time Pro Bowl Champion played for Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, New England Patriots, Minnesota Vikings, Tennessee Titans, and San Francisco 49ers before ending his career.
The Pro Bowl MVP 1999 Randy established himself as one of the superstars in NFL. He was one of the highest paid players of his time with the annual salary of $6 million on average.
Randy Moss, a former player of 49ers, was living in a beautiful married life with his first wife Libby Offutt until he was sent to prison for illegal use of medical Marijuana and dating violence. Both the ex-couples were addicted to Marijuana.
With his first wife, Randy shares 4 kids together, Senali, Thaddeus, Sydney, and Montigo. Randy loves his daughter very much.
The ex-couple has been separated for a long time. However, Randy frequently accused his ex-wife Libby for using drugs worth of $4 million and he won't let Libby meet her children. On the other hand, Libby denied this statement and said that if she had been using that much amount of drug, she would have been dead by now.
The dispute of Randy and Libby ended in 2017 as she was not found guilty using that amount of drugs.
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Randy then married his second wife Lidia Moss back in 2015, after he separated from his first wife and he is grateful for her as she takes care of his children like her own.
He also thanked Lidia in 2018 Pro Football Hall of fame ceremony.
Currently, 41 years old Randy is happily living with his second wife and 4 children.
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Randt Moss ha a stunning net worth of $25 million in 2019. Further, the round 1 pick in the 1998 NFL Draft earned $6 million on average as his annual salary.
Contract and Salary:
After the draft, Moss signed a 4-year contract with Minnesota Vikings that worth of $10.5 million. Further, the player received $2 million as his signing amount, $4 million as his salary and incentives and $4.5 million as a bonus.
During his 14-year long NFL career, reportedly earned about $82 million.
Besides his financial earnings, he also owns a house in Lincoln, Rhode Island. He bought the house for around $1,250,000 in 2008 which consists of three bedrooms, three and one-half bathrooms, three-car garage, and 3,846 square feet.
The 1998 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year listed the house for sale for $749,000 in 2015. He also owned a house in Long Lake, Minnesota which he sold in 2008 for $3 million.
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Randy Moss was born in Charleston, West Virginia to his parents Maxine Moss and Randy Pratt, on February 13, 1977. Later, Randy moved to Rand, West Virginia at a young age. The 6 times Pro Bowl award winner Moss, also has a half brother, Eric who played from Ohio State.
Moss joined DuPont High School and later t was consolidated into Riverside High School. In the school, Moss was excellent in football, basketball, and track. Further, this multitalented player was also in the school's debate team.
Randy Moss stands 1.93 meters tall in height (6 ft 4 in) and has a perfectly maintained body that weighs about 210 lb (95 kg). Further, talking about his ethnicity, he is African-American and he holds American nationality.
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Randy Moss has played from 6 different clubs on his 14 years of career. He started his career in 1998 from the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings opened the season with a 31–7 rout against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Moss' first NFL game would also be his first multi-touchdown game as he recorded 4 receptions for 95 yards and two touchdowns
However, he started playing football from his college from the year 1995. While he was in college, because of his signed letter of intent at Notre Dame, the NCAA considered him a transfer student to Florida State, so he had to redshirt the 1995 football season.