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Randy Moss Married, Wife, Girlfriend, Kids, Net Worth

Updated On: 12 Sep, 2018

Randy Moss Married, Wife, Girlfriend, Kids, Net Worth

People’s background has nothing to do with their career. Randy Moss, who had been through the worst part of life, reached the unexpected height in his football career and is one of the magnificent players of all time in American National Football League.

He is also known for his high tempered attitude in NFL and has set himself in the top list of record holders in NFL.

How Much Is Randy Moss’ Net Worth?

The net worth of the retired football player, Randy Moss is $25 million. Well, he summons the average of $6.5 million as his salary. Randy Moss is a professional American football player who is one of the 50 Vikings in American National Football League.

In 1998, he signed with Minnesota Vikings. He also made the record of 4 receptions for 95 yards and two touchdowns. He also had the records of 9 receptions for Pro-Bowl record 212 Yards. He grabbed the Most Valuable Player Award in 1999.

In 2005, he signed his new contract with Oakland Raiders. He was reportedly not happy in Oakland Raiders. Then in 2007, he moved to New England Patriots where he performed his considerable skills in football and then returned to Minnesota. But, in 2011, Joel Segal announced about Randy's decision for retirement. Fending off the rumors, Randy made an official announcement on his birthday on 13 February 2012 stating that he will be back in football.

In 2012, he signed with San Francisco 49ers where he had 28 catches for 434 yards and three touchdowns. He has gathered much of his interests from his professional football career. 

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Relationship Status: Is He Married Or Single?

Randy was previously in a relationship with Libby Offutt. The estranged couple is parents to five children among which the name of their four kids are Sydney, Thaddeus, Senali, and Montigo.

Thadeus is the first child of Randy Moss. His son is likely to follow his father’s career as he originally played at NC State and is all set to debut with the Tigers in 2018. His daughter, Senali Moss is currently at the age of 13 and is a YouTuber.

Even after parting the ways, Randy and Libby had a feud on social media. In December 2016, Randy tweeted saying that Libby refused to get treatment for drug addiction. Furthermore, he said that she spent $4 million on drugs. Meanwhile, he also prevented her from visiting their kids without any treatment.

Randy Moss shared the picture of his children on 22 April 2018 (Photo: Instagram)

In January 2017, Libby opened up with TMZ about her addiction and clarified that she hadn't spent $4 million on drugs, and if she had, she would have already been dead. She alleged Randy stating that he is trying his best to keep their children away from her. He didn't even allow her to visit them in Christmas and refused to take the Christmas gifts that she bought for them.

After splitting with Libby, Randy got married to Lydia Moss. Back in 2015, American football running back Kevin Faulk shared an image on Twitter with Randy and his wife, Lydia. As of now, the pair has been cherishing their married life with Randy's children. Randy also thanked his wife Lydia for her continuous love and support in 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony. 

 

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Short Bio

Randy Moss was born to Maxine Moss and Randy Pratt in West Virginia, USA, in 1977. As recorded, he has his birthday on February 13. His birth sign is Aquarius. He stands tall at the height of 1.93 meters (6 feet 4 inches) and weighs 210 pounds, 96 kg. He has Eric Moss and Lutisia Moss as a sibling.

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The 41 years old football star studied at Pont High School in Belle, West Virginia. He graduated from the Marshall University.

Some Unknown Facts About Randy Moss

Here are some relevant facts about Randy Moss that you should not miss:

  • He was known as “The Freak” among his friends in Marshall University.

  • The University of Notre Dame revoked his scholarship as he went jail due to his involvement in the racially motivated fight.

  • He also achieved many awards like PFWA Comeback Player Of The Year, 1997, Fred Biletnikoff Award, 1997, Paul Warfield Trophy, 1998, AP NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Year, 1998, PFWA Offensive Rookie Of The Year, 1998, NFL Alumni Wide Receiver Of The Year, 2003, NFC Player Of The Year, 2007.