Patriots WR Randy Moss Hires Joel Segal as His New Agent

Pats veteran wide out Randy Moss has a new agent. The National Football Post reports that Moss has hired Joel Segal to take care of his business affairs. Moss joins players like Chris Johnson and Reggie Bush on the list that Segal represents.

New England Patriots veteran wide receiver Randy Moss said he wanted to increase his off-field opportunities when he fired longtime agent Tim DiPiero earlier this offseason. Now, he has hired Joel Segal for that task. Segal also represents New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush, Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, among several other NFL players. “To all the agents out there, I’m a free man!” Moss told the Boston Herald when he ended his business relationship with DiPiero.

“I am looking for a new agent. I got this football thing under control, but going into my 13th year in the league, I’m still marketable. I’m looking for an agent that’s going to get me out there with my marketing ability. I can shoot commercials. That’s what I’m looking for right now, that off-the-field money.” Heading into a contract year, Moss said he doesn’t think he’ll play in New England much longer. “I don’t think I’m realistically in the future plans of the Patriots,” Moss said. “But if the New England Patriots don’t want me in their future, I understand.”

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One Response to “Patriots WR Randy Moss Hires Joel Segal as His New Agent”

  1. The Guru says:

    Greed, greed, greed. Moss is about one thing only. Maybe if you had tried some public service announcements or charity work for FREE, people would see you as a more marketable guy and possibly offer you a commercial git now and then. Last time I checked, moodiness, sulking and only going 100% when you feel like it doesn’t sell a lot of potato chips.