Should the Carolina Panthers Consider Randy Moss For the 2013 Season?

By Dan Parzych
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Now that his short time with the San Francisco 49ers is all but over, Randy Moss will once again weigh out his options when it comes to attempting to play for one more season or simply call it a career by retiring for the second time. Moss may be considered one of the top wide receivers of all time when he does end up calling it a career as he used to be one of the most dangerous deep threats in the game, but that’s been far from the case over his last couple of seasons in the league.

Still, if he could figure out a way to improve his work ethic, the argument can be made that Moss could still have an impact for a team in 2013–which is why the Carolina Panthers may want to consider bringing the wideout on board.

Despite having Steve Smith and a core of young wide receivers, it’s no secret Carolina could use another weapon for Cam Newton to throw the ball to in the passing game and if Moss could figure out a way to return to his old dominant form of a dangerous deep threat–this move could be worth the risk for the Panthers next season.

Moss’ work ethic has been questioned over the last couple of years, but if he has any plans of playing in the NFL again–he will have to change that moving forward. Moss claims he would love to play for a contender next year, but what does he think his situation was with the 49ers this past season?

His options may be limited as far as interested teams–so the Panthers and Moss may end up being a good fit for the 2013 season.

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