Former NFL wide receiver Randy Moss isn't sprinting past NFL cornerbacks any more. He's an ESPN analyst, but he still finds time to mentor young NFL receivers.
On Tuesday, Moss made a guest appearance at the Houston Texans' training camp, where he worked with the team's young receiving corps of DeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller and Braxton Miller.
Hello from Texans training camp, where Randy Moss is a guest of Bill O'Brien and will be working with the receivers. pic.twitter.com/lMhmyLEJZk
— Sarah Barshop (@sarahbarshop) August 9, 2016
Moss is one of the best receivers of all time, if not the best. He is ranked third all time in receiving yards (15,292) and second in receiving touchdowns (156). He also holds the record for most touchdowns in a single season (23).
Moss's advice to Texans receivers can be beneficial. Learning from one of the best receivers ever can only help this young corps become one of the best in the NFL.
Hopkins is an up and coming receiver. Last season, he caught career highs in touchdowns (11) and receiving yards (1,521). He was ranked third in the league in receiving yards and tied for seventh in receiving touchdowns.
Fuller and Miller, who were drafted by the Texans in April, will be of service as well. Both are very athletic. Fuller ran a 4.32 40-Yard Dash at the NFL Combine, fastest of all receivers, and Miller ran a 4.50 40-Yard Dash.
Learning from one of the best.
— #TexansCamp (@HoustonTexans) August 9, 2016
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