Randy Moss brings Hall of Fame jacket to West Virginia
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia native Randy Moss arrived at a mall not far from his hometown to show off his Pro Football Hall of Fame jacket and meet fans.
Hundreds of people arrived at the Charleston Town Center mall on Sunday to greet Moss and get his autograph, a day after his enshrinement in the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
Moss grew up in Rand and attended the former DuPont High School. He left Marshall University after his sophomore season in 1997 to enter the NFL draft.
He told the crowd, “I wanted to bring this hall of fame jacket back to the state of West Virginia to let you all know anything that you put your heart to, it can happen and dreams do come true.”