Tom Brady threw his last touchdown pass to Randy Moss on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010 at Gillette Stadium.
In that game, Brady connected with Moss twice and the wide receiver took both into the end zone — once from seven yards away in the first quarter of the Patriots’ 38-30 win over the Bills and the second from 35 yards out in the third quarter.
In their next — and final — game together, Brady threw for only 153 yards, and Moss was held without a catch for the first time since 2006. Shortly thereafter, the future Hall of Fame wideout would be a member of the Vikings.
But with recent rumors swirling about Moss’s potential return to New England, could Brady-to-Moss run again in 2011?
On Tuesday, the quarterback spoke about the possibility of welcoming back Moss on WEEI’s Dennis and Callahan Show.
“Would it surprise me? I mean, you never know in the NFL,” Brady said. “I talked to Randy just before training camp started. I love Randy. He’s one of the greatest receivers in the history of the game, one of the greatest players I’ve ever had a chance to play with, and I love the guy. Unfortunately, I don’t make personnel decisions. I’d still have all my friends here. Troy [Brown] would still be here. David Patten would still be here. Deion [Branch] would never have left. I’ve seen so many guys move on over the years, and then guys come back. So, who knows?
“If he ever did have the opportunity to come back, I’d certainly welcome him with open arms.”