Former Vikings wide receiver is featured in a lengthy question-and-answer session on Sports Illustrated's Monday Morning Quarterback site. Among other things, he was asked by Kalyn Kahler about the 2016 rookie with the most potential.
In his opinion, that would be Laquon Treadwell of the Vikings, and part of the reason speaks highly of quarterback Teddy Bridgewater:
"I like the pickup that the Minnesota Vikings made in Laquon Treadwell because he has a quarterback in Teddy Bridgewater," Moss told Kahler. "Sometimes you have to look at the quarterback, because there could be a wide receiver who goes to a team where the quarterback may not be that good in terms of arm strength. And sometimes a quarterback may go to a team where the wide receivers really aren’t that good. But I think when you look at Laquon Treadwell going to Minnesota, that’s a good situation. Teddy Bridgewater is going into his third season, and he’s had his feet wet a little bit and has the ability to understand how to move the ball down the field. I am definitely waiting to see how that is going to play out."
Moss also discussed the NFL's too-complicated catch rule, athletes' speaking out on social issues, his future as a television analyst and teaching football to kids on a tropical island.
Yes, we told you it was a wide-ranging interview.
One more preview: Moss was asked whether the NFL should remove marijuana from its list of banned substances.
"I think the NFL just needs to loosen up the rules and let everybody live," he said.