Randy Moss hid himself at Gillette Stadium so he could watch the ceremony of former teammate Tom Brady on Sunday.
At halftime of the New England Patriots’ Week 1 opener against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, the club honored the franchise icon with a special ceremony. Owner Robert Kraft gave a heartfelt speech and announced that Brady will be inducted into the Patriots’ Hall of Fame next year, thus waiving the traditional four-year waiting period.
Kraft also announced that on June 12th, Gillette Stadium will host Brady’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony. An emotional Brady then stepped up to the podium and expressed his gratitude to the organization and fans.
And Moss was, secretly, right there at Gillette Stadium to watch the ceremony:
Moss played with the Patriots from 2007 to 2010; he was traded to the Minnesota Vikings in the latter year. In 2007, Moss caught a single-season record 23 touchdown receptions from Brady, who smashed a single-season record of his own with 50 TD passes.
The Patriots won their first 18 games and nearly completed the perfect season, only to fall to the New York Giants in Super Bowl 42. In his three seasons and a bit with the Patriots. Moss hauled in 259 passes for 3,904 yards and 50 touchdowns.
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