Air Jordan IX Turf Trainer: Randy Moss PE

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Randy Moss, one of the greatest wide receivers to ever play the game, walked away from football during this past offseason. Moss not only revolutionized the position but the game itself when he entered the league in 1998 with the Minnesota Vikings. His rookie record 17 touchdown receptions earned him the privilege of becoming a Pro Bowl starter and was named Offensive Rookie of the Year. Before he left the Vikings in 2005, Moss had 90 receiving touchdowns to his name and would go down as the one of the best receivers in franchise history with Cris Carter being the other. As a Viking, Randy was a member of Team Jordan and a customary token of appreciation to its members were player exclusives of which Moss received some that are still highly sought after even today. One of the PEs he wore on field was the Air Jordan IX Turf Trainer which was specially fitted with an astroturf ready outsole. Click through the gallery to see more of Randy Moss’ Air Jordan IX player exclusive and head over to the auction from tylerdurdan24 on eBay for more.

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