Another alumnus of the USFL has decided to call it a career. After not getting selected in the UFL dispersal draft Thad Moss son of NFL Hall of Famer Randy Moss, opted to sign a contract with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL in hopes of extending his football career. On May 10th, Moss was released from the Ti-Cats, and would go on to announce his retirement via social media on May 13th.

Moss would begin his Professional Football career with the 2020 Washington Football Team after going undrafted in 2020 NFL draft. He would be placed on Injured Reserve for the 2020 season, and then find his way with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2021 reuniting him with his former college Quarterback Joe Burrow. Moss would be waived by the Bengals during final cuts in 2022 and would then join the Birmingham Stallions on April 10th, 2023.

A late addition to the Stallions roster, Moss served as a reserve Tight End for Birmingham as the USFL franchise would earn their 2nd consecutive USFL championship in 2023. Moss record 3 receptions for 38 yards and 1 Touchdown in the regular season, along with earning his USFL Championship Ring to go along with his College Football Championship. Moss joins an ever-growing list of former XFL and USFL players who have decided to call it “quits” after the leagues merged and downsized from 16 teams to 8.

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Patrick Rifino

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