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Randy Moss Wife, Kids, High School, Brother & Net Worth

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Randy Moss is a retired footballer...inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018...brother passed away at the age of 44 on 9 March...married to his wife, Lydia Moss...raised four kids from the NFL star’s previous relationship...daughter and son...first child during high school...spent $4 million on drugs...carries an estimated net worth of...
Randy Moss Wife, Kids, High School, Brother & Net Worth

Quick Information

  • Wife/Spouse Lydia Moss
  • Instagram https://www.instagram.com/randygmoss/?hl=en
  • Twitter Randy Moss (@RandyMoss)
  • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RandyMoss
  • Hair Color Black
  • Hair Short
  • Weight 95 kg
  • Height/ How Tall? 6 feet 3 inches (1.93 m)
  • Education Riverside High School
  • High School DuPont High School
  • Awards 1997 Fred Biletnikoff Award, 1998 NFL Honors - AP Offensive Rookie of the Year, 1999 Best Breakthrough Athlete ESPY Award
  • Net Worth $25 million
  • Gay No
  • Ex-Girlfriend Libby Offutt
  • Date of Birth 13-02-1977
  • Relationship Status Married
  • Children/Kids 4
  • Daughter/s Senali Moss
  • Son/s Thaddeus Moss, Sydney Moss, Montigo Moss
  • Sister/s Lutisia Moss
  • Brother/s Eric Moss
  • Mother Randy Pratt
  • Father Maxine Moss
  • Zodiac Sign Aquarius
  • Birth Name Randy Gene Moss
  • Profession Sports Analyst
  • Birth Place Rand, West Virginia, United States

Randy Moss is a retired footballer who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018. He is one of the best wide receivers in the NFL’s history and has established himself as a formidable player on the field. 

Despite retiring in 2012, he is still a respected figure in the NFL and is currently a sports analyst. 

As for his personal life, Randy Moss is leading a healthy relationship with his wife and children. 

Brother’s Death

Eric Moss, Randy’s half-brother, and a former NFL lineman, passed away at the age of 44 on 9th March 2019. Randy took to Instagram to mourn his brother’s death and shared a photo with him. 

Randy Moss with half brother Eric Moss in 1998 (Photo: Randy Moss's Instagram)

The caption for the photo read, “RIP gentle giant! ERIC DEVON MOSS.” 

Eric played for Minnesota Vikings in 1997 and 1998. Randy was drafted into the same team in 1998, but the two never got the chance to take the field together as Eric spent the 1998 season on Injured Reserve. 

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Randy Moss Wife; Married Life 

Randy Moss is married to his wife, Lydia Moss. However, details about their marriage are yet to be disclosed. Their wedding venue, date, attire, etc., have not been revealed.

But he does not shy away from flaunting his love for his wife. A look at his Instagram suggests that he is blessed to have Lydia Moss as his wife. For instance, 

https://www.instagram.com/p/BtJs1d-hZq7/

Caption: Randy Moss with his family (Photo Credit: Randy's Instagram)

There are other couple of posts as well where Randy has showered his love and thankfulness for his wife. This shows that the couple is leading a happy married life. 

Randy Moss Children & Kids

Though the two do not have any children together, they have raised four kids from the NFL star’s previous relationship. 

Lydia Moss with Randy Moss' children (Photo: Randy Moss' Instagram)

Thaddeus Moss, Randy’s oldest son, is following in his father’s footsteps and pursuing a career in the NFL. He transferred to Louisiana State University (LSU) in 2018 and is looking to better his opportunities for the future NFL draft. 

Randy also picked Thaddeus to introduce him to the Pro Football Hall of Fame ceremony in 2018.

The hall of Famer’s daughter, Sydney Moss, was a basketball player at the NCAA Division III Thomas More College. She is currently the assistant women’s basketball coach at St. Thomas University (STU).

Not much is known about his son Montigo Moss and daughter Senali Moss.

Ex-Girlfriend

Randy’s previous relationship with Libby Offutt is quite notorious. The pair had their first child during high school. 

The duo faced many obstacles back then because of a negative outlook towards interracial relationships. Randy had, at one point, got into a racially motivated fight because of the taunting he received for the relationship. He was arrested for it and had his scholarship at the University of Notre Dame revoked.

Though the relationship wasn’t a healthy one, they went on to have three more children. In 1996, Randy and Libby were arrested for domestic violence. The two got into a heated argument that grew into a fight. Libby later claimed that Randy had thrown hot water at her. 

The two eventually went their separate ways but were involved in a back and forth exchanged on the internet in 2016. The hall of Famer took to his Twitter to criticize his ex-girlfriend. He claimed that Libby had spent $4 million on drugs and refused to get help for her addiction. 

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She, in turn, retorted that she had been clean for many years, and the claim was nothing but a ploy not to allow her to see her children. She revealed that she had driven four hours on Christmas to visit her children, only to be stopped by Randy and his wife

What Is Randy Moss Net Worth?

Randy had a very successful career in the NFL. Despite being criticized for his off-field behavior, no one can deny his accomplishments in the game.

He played in 14 seasons in total and has established himself as a legend in the game. According to celebritynetworth.com, it has a net worth of $25 million.

Highest Paid NFL Player

Here is the list of the top highest paid NFL player.

1. Patrick Mahomes from the Chiefs tops the list with an average annual salary of $45 million. He signed a record-breaking deal with The Chiefs that will pay him $450 million.

2. Then comes Russell Wilson from the Seahawks with an average annual salary of $35 million. He extended a four-year contract with the team signing a deal of $140 million in 2019. 

3. Ben Roethlisberger attains the no. 3 position with an average annual salary of $34 million. The quarterback of Steelers signed a two-year contract of $68 million.