Pete Carroll Refuses To Answer Randy Moss Questions

The Minnesota Vikings reportedly released Randy Moss earlier today, setting off a firestorm of speculation about where Moss may end up. Moss will be placed on waivers, giving every team a shot to put in a claim for him. Moss will then be awarded to the team with the worst record that put in a waiver claim for him.

The timing of head coach Pete Carroll's weekly press conference couldn't be any worse today. As expected, Carroll was asked about Randy Moss and whether the Seahawks have any interest in placing a waiver claim for him. Like any head coach would, Carroll deflected the questions, refusing to deal in hypotheticals.

The Everett Herald's John Boyle tweeted that and other news from the press conference.

When asked about Randy Moss, Pete Carroll said, "You mean a big guy who wears No. 84? I'm not doing hypotheticals, but nice try."less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

So, there you have it. A new take on the classic "no comment" from the Seahawks head man. After the drubbing in Oakland this weekend, the Seahawks have bigger concerns than Moss right now

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