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Eagles didn't call about Moss

BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- The Eagles did not make an offer for the-recently-retired Randy Moss and did not contact his agent, NFL sources said.

Eagles didn't call about Moss

BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- The Eagles did not make an offer for the-recently-retired Randy Moss and did not contact his agent, NFL sources said.

The Boston Herald reported Wednesday morning that the Eagles made an offer for the future Hall of Fame wide receiver. Moss retired earlier this week and recently filed papers to begin the process of retiring. That doesn't necessarily mean his career is over nor does it mean he's bound for Philly.

The Eagles may need a receiving upgrade with DeSean Jackson still not in camp and Jeremy Maclin still not cleared to practice because of an illness. They showed interest in acquiring Moss two off-seasons. But, for now, the Eagles aren't courting Moss.

Jeff McLane Inquirer Staff Writer
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