Witnesses say Randall Gene Moss, 33, had received numerous disrespectful comments from Mr. Revis over the course of the last 12 months, from being called a slouch and saying that he'd get locked down on "Revis Island." Sources say he'd had enough, and told his accomplice, Mr. Thomas Edward "Tom" Brady, Jr. to "throw it deep," and with a simple head-nod, Brady agreed. During the beginning of the play, Moss appeared to throw his right hand up, a sign of sheer disrespect to cornerbacks, which signals that the receiver feels he's open.
What happened next might not be suitable for underage children.
Brady fired a vertical strike approximately 40 yards down the middle of the field to a streaking Moss. Reports say that Revis was about 2-3 strides behind Moss, but the ball appeared to be sailing over the receiver's head, when all of a sudden, the man put one hand up in the air and caught the ball. He secured the ball so well that he didn't bother securing it with his second hand.
There were several reports of individuals "seeing Revis's soul leave his body" and the cornerback immediately grabbed his hamstring after the referee put both hands in the air to signal touchdown. No charges have been filed at this time, but apparently Rex Ryan has put a bounty on Mr. Brady and Mr. Moss's head.
Mr. Moss has last heard telling his teammates in fun, “What’s Revis Island? To me? It aint s**t. Next time, I may shake my d**k.”
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