During Super Bowl week in Arizona, New England Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss is talking more about his brush with the Green Bay Packers.
Moss was asked whether he thought he would be traded to the Packers in the last offseason and whether he had talked to quarterback Brett Favre.
Moss says the time Favre wanted to talk to him, he was tied up with something and was unable to do so.
He says when the Packers started talking more about the wrong things, he didn't want to talk anymore.
When pressed more about those "wrong things," Moss says the Packers told him he'd have to be on his best behavior if he came to Green Bay, about the team concept and that Donald Driver was the top receiver.
Moss was eventually traded by the Oakland Raiders to the Patriots last April.
Later on, Favre complained that the Packers organization didn't do enough to acquire Moss.
Moss says he believes Favre really wanted him on the team, but the Packers organization didn't.
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