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Randy Moss an assistant at Victory Christian

By Jonathan Jones
jjones@charlotteobserver
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    Former All-Pro NFL receiver Randy Moss is now the associate head coach at Victory Christian Center School. His son, Thaddeus, plays on the team, Victory Christian head coach Dee Brown told the Observer.
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    Former All-Pro NFL receiver Randy Moss is now the associate head coach at Victory Christian Center School. His son, Thaddeus, plays on the team after the family recently moved from the New England area, Victory Christian head coach Dee Brown told the Observer.

Former All-Pro NFL receiver Randy Moss is now the associate head coach at Victory Christian Center School.

Moss was at Panthers quarterback Cam Newton’s 7-on-7 tournament Thursday coaching the Kings from the sideline. His son, Thaddeus, plays on the team after the family recently moved from the New England area, Victory Christian head coach Dee Brown told the Observer.

Thaddeus Moss is reportedly 6-foot-4 and 240 pounds, and he was clearly the biggest player on the field during the Kings’ loss to Hough on Thursday morning.

According to Yahoo.com, the younger Moss split his freshman year at Boone County High (Florence, Ky.) and St. Albans School (Charleston, W.Va.) to play basketball. Last year as a sophomore he was a standout at Rhode Island’s Lincoln High.

Randy Moss declined an interview request.

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