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VIDEO: Remembering Randy Moss' One-Handed Grab as a Sideline Reporter

Tristan Jung
VIDEO: Remembering Randy Moss' one-handed catch as a sideline reporter.
VIDEO: Remembering Randy Moss' one-handed catch as a sideline reporter. / Twitter/@SportsCenter

After catching 982 passes over his legendary NFL career, making one-handed catches is no trouble. Though he retired after the 2012 season, Moss' innate receiving skills are still very much present.

For example, Randy Moss made this brilliant one-handed catch during the pregame warmups for a Seattle Seahawks game in November 2016.

Yes, that is a fish. The ESPN crew was doing a Pike Place Market-themed event. Moss was assigned to catch the fish, just like the fishmongers do at the market. Because it's Randy Moss, he easily made a one-handed grab, to the delight of his coworkers.

As expected, this catch is very smooth. And it's hard not to wonder what he'd be able to do in the NFL today, even at age 43.

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