It didn't last long, but the Tom Brady-Randy Moss connection was the most dominant the NFL has seen in recent memory. At Patriots training camp Saturday, Moss and Brady rekindled some of that magic with a round of catch.
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Moss was among a strong contingent of Patriots alumni visiting practice Saturday. Rodney Harrison, Willie McGinest and Rob Ninkovich also stopped by.
The Brady-Moss duo was at its height in the 2007 season, Moss' first with the Patriots. He and Brady connected for 1,493 yards and a record 23 touchdowns, leading one of the best offenses in NFL history and a 16-0 regular season record.
They unfortunately didn't get to play together in 2008 thanks to Brady's knee injury, but they picked things back up in 2009. Moss had 1,294 yards and a league-leading 13 touchdowns.
The connection didn't last very long and it somehow did not culminate in a Super Bowl for the Patriots, but Brady and Moss were the league's premiere QB-WR duo for the three-plus years Moss played in Foxboro.
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