He usually doesn't have many. http://www.bostonherald.com/blogs/sports/patriots/ January 17th, 2008 That explains a few things Posted by John Tomase at 1:09 pm Itâ€™s interesting to note in the wake of Randy Mossâ€™s situation that his behavior had markedly changed in the week leading up to last weekâ€™s game against Jacksonville. A fairly genial presence in the locker room all season, Moss had instead had an edge. At one point, a photographer got a little too close trying to take his picture and Moss grabbed his camera while yelling angrily to stay out of his face. When the same photographer tried to snap a photo from a more respectful distance a day or two later, Moss let him have it again. Now we know why Moss was feeling the strain. Yesterday when he spoke to the Heraldâ€™s Karen Guregian, he noted how relieved he was to get the situation out in the open and off of his chest. The result has been a far looser Moss the last two days. Today at practice he was in a particularly jovial mood, laughing and joking with teammates and looking like the Moss weâ€™ve seen for virtually the entire season. That can only mean good things for the Patriots and their offense. Limited to just one catch last week, Moss should have a clearer mind when he takes the field on Sunday.