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Super Bowl XLVII: Randy Moss said what?

It's Media Day at the Super Bowl, so something needs to stand out.

It didn't take very long for Randy Moss to create headlines.

The 49ers' Moss said he's the greatest wide receiver ever to play the game.

"Now that I'm older, I do think I'm the greatest receiver to ever do it," he said.

Whoa.

There's some guy named Jerry Rice that immediately comes to mind.

Moss is talented, but he's also known for being moody and taking plays off. 

Heck, I'll take Hines Ward before I'd want Randy Moss on my team.

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