Hopefully this is right, but he quotes two league sources. http://sports.aol.com/voices/jensen/_a/moss-sticking-as-free-agents-roll-out/20080226105209990001 WR Randy Moss. Last week, there was the âWill they, wonât theyâŠâ on whether the Patriots would franchise tag Moss. But Moss is expected to re-sign with the Patriots later this week, and his contract is projected to be for three years, at an average of $10 million per season, including $12 million to $15 million guaranteed. Could he get more elsewhere? Of course. But he truly does want to win, and although he did not achieve his ultimate goal of winning a Super Bowl last season, Moss still recognizes the value in remaining with the Patriots. After lamenting his quarterbacks the past few seasons, Moss clicked for record numbers with Tom Brady. In addition, with talented players like Laurence Maroney, Wes Welker and Ben Watson around him, Moss wouldnât face as many double teams as he would elsewhere. But his 2008 team shouldnât expect 2007 Randy Moss; that was a season in which all the stars aligned perfectly. One concern: Moss turned 31 this month, and he has dealt with recurring injuries.