From his days in high school in the early '90s through his unceremonious retirement this summer, Randy Moss has been called every name in the book. His former coach, Brad Childress, however, said something about the former great receiver that's likely never been uttered before.
"We had good guys, by and large, [but Moss] walked in the locker room and vomited on it," Childress told NFL.com.
Well then. Nothing like a good vomit analogy to get the day started, eh?
(Side note: No matter how hard you search on Google, you can't find a photo of Moss and Childress talking to each other. Can't even find them in the same shot.)
It probably doesn't matter much what Childress spews about Moss, as the ex-coach was fired last November when his team was 3-7 just one year after being a field goal away from reaching the Super Bowl. Meanwhile, Moss will have his Hall of Fame credentials discussed.
Randy Moss probably wasn't much of a unifying force in his brief time in Minnesota last year, but should his ex-coach go out and talk smack about him?
"Coaching is what I do."
–Brad Childress, to NFL.com. Childress is currently not coaching.
Stealing signs certainly loses its luster when you're toiling around the .500 mark.
This is a monkey playing basketball. Get. Me. This. Monkey.