Fun With Real Quotes: Randy Moss vomit edition

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Fun With Real Quotes: Randy Moss vomit edition

One or more of the following quotes are grossly taken out of context for laughs. The true context can be found at the links included within the text. Except for the Brett Favre video. Its context is still a mystery.

By Adam Hart
CSNNE.com

Vilified. Bad-mouthed. Made to look like a big, fat jerk.

That's what happened in Randy Moss' second go-around with the Minnesota Vikings. But now, nearly a year later, former Vikings head coach Brad Childress is setting the record straight.

In November 2010 the Vikings released Moss. This, after he publicly crooned the Patriots -- his employers just weeks prior -- on the heels of a loss in New England. A report hit the interwebs. It wasn't his betrayal of Chilly that sent Moss packing, but an alleged tirade against catered food.

"What the expletive? Who ordered this crap? I wouldn't feed this to my dog!" Moss yelled after getting a whiff of the locker room grub, according to Yahoo! Sports.

Brett Favre -- yeah, the guy this guy's imitating -- even sprang to the heartbroken caterer's defense, turning his gaze to Moss: "Favre looked at him like, 'Are you kidding me?'"

Guess what, Brett? No. He wasn't kidding you. He was sick. Really, really sick.

"Moss walked in the locker room and vomited on it," Childress admitted in a recent interview with NFL.com.

So the man had a right to be upset with the spread; it made him puke. Funny, how Chilly never came to Moss' defense at the time. Perhaps non-disclosure justified to ownership his unilateral decision to release the nauseous receiver.

This begs the question, however: Getting fired for being sick? Wonder if that's addressed in the new CBA.

Kraft on possible Patriots reunion with Revis: 'I would love it'

Kraft on possible Patriots reunion with Revis: 'I would love it'

It was reported last week that multiple NFL executives are convinced that Darrelle Revis will return to the New England Patriots next season.

Talking with the New York Daily News, Patriots owner Robert Kraft said he’d be open to a reunion with the 31-year-old cornerback.

“I would love it,” Kraft said. “Speaking for myself, if he wanted to come back, he’s a great competitor, I’d welcome him if he wanted to come.”

Asked if the team has had discussions with Revis, Kraft said “ask my boy,” in reference to coach Bill Belichick.

Revis spent the 2014 season with the Patriots, helping them win Super Bowl XLIX. He bolted back to the New York Jets the next season, signing a five-year, $70 million contract ($39 million guaranteed).

The Jets released Revis earlier this month after the incident in Pittsburgh. A judge dismissed the charges.

Kraft says intention is not to trade Butler: 'We hope he's with us'

Kraft says intention is not to trade Butler: 'We hope he's with us'

PHOENIX -- The idea that Malcolm Butler could be traded by the Patriots before the start of the 2017 season has been floated for weeks. But if Robert Kraft had his way, he'd like for the hero of Super Bowl XLIX to stick around. 

At the Biltmore hotel on Day 2 of the league's annual meetings, Kraft was asked if he anticipated having Butler back in New England for next season.

"I sure hope so," he said. "We have [a first-round tender] out to him, and I know he has the ability to go out in the market and get someone to sign him, and then we either match it or get the first-round draft pick.

"I'm rooting, I hope, he's with us and signs his offer sheet and plays for us. I have a great affection for him. He was part of probably the greatest play in the history of our team, but there are a lot of people involved in that."

The Patriots can't trade any player who isn't under contract, and they can't talk about a trade for a player not on their roster. Therefore, even if the Patriots hoped to deal Butler and get something in return for the Pro Bowl-caliber corner before he hits unrestricted free agency in 2018, it's not something that the owner of the team would be at liberty to discuss with dozens of microphones in front of his face. 

The tender offer of $3.91 million for one season is still out there for Butler. He could sign it and play in New England. He could sign it and be traded. For now, Kraft says he's hoping for the former -- and insists that the Patriots didn't have designs on the latter all along.

"I don't want to, in any way, take away from his rights [as a restricted free agent]," he said, adding, "I want to be clear. I hope he's with us."