The Waste Land of Randy Moss

He's left too much scorched earth behind him to merit another chance in the NFL

Originally Published: February 15, 2012
By Jemele Hill | ESPN.com

There's a line from the Robert DeNiro movie "A Bronx Tale" that I've never forgotten.

In the movie, DeNiro, as Lorenzo, tells his sometimes-troubled teenage son Calogero, "The saddest thing in life is wasted talent."

If Randy Moss understood that, he'd be the greatest football player ever.

For plenty of years, Moss was the most electric and talented player in the NFL. But there were also some years -- especially recently -- when it was simply frustrating to watch ...

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